Once an FFA member, always an FFA member!

Each year, FFA chapters around the country celebrate National FFA Week. It’s a time to share what FFA is and the impact it has on members every day. Today, the organization is celebrating Alumni Day!

“Alumni are the back bone of what we do in the FFA, because while we’re a student led organization we wouldn’t be where we are without our supporters,” National FFA Western Region Vice President, Ryan Williamson.

Williamson adds that alum have helped supported him through events, such as State Conventions and contests. There are currently more than 685,226 FFA Alumni and Supporters in 2,481 alum and supporters chapters.

Alum or adult membership is open to anyone who is interested in supporting and promoting agriculture. You can become a lifetime member at the local, state and national level. Just go online to apply or for more information on how to continue your legacy in the blue jacket.

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