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by Mackenzie Peace, chapter reporter

The Kuna FFA Chapter held its 63rd annual Chapter Banquet on Monday, April 30, 2012. 280 FFA members, parents, and guests attended the banquet where over $21,000 worth of scholarships were awarded, with 90 plus awards, and the installment of the 2012-13 Kuna FFA Chapter officers.

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By Maggie Reynolds, Kuna FFA Reporter

Michelle Ball will serve as the 2012-2013 Idaho State FFA Reporter

The Kuna FFA chapter had a great week during this year’s State Leadership Convention. This annual event brings FFA members from across the state together to participate in CDE’s, (Career Development Events) partake in workshops, and listen to great speakers. The Kuna chapter was able to fill up the bus, taking nearly 50 members down to Twin Falls to experience Idaho FFA at its best. These members excelled in many areas and represented Kuna well.

Kuna FFA had two state-winning teams who will be able to advance to Nationals in October of this year. (more…)

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by Maggie Reynolds – Chapter Reporter

Samantha Roberts of the Kuna FFA Chapter will serve as the Boise Valley District’s Secretary for the 2012-2013 year. Samantha is a junior and has been very involved in the Kuna FFA chapter for the past three years. She is currently serving as the chapter’s Scrapbook Reporter. As a district officer she will (more…)

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by Maggie Reynolds, chapter reporter

During National FFA week, Feb 18-25th, Kuna FFA members participated in their third PALS activity of the year. Partners in Active Learning Support is a program which allows FFA members to partner one-on-one with a 4th grade students to raise an awareness about agriculture and develop friendships. During a visit to the high school, 4th graders were able to participate in an agricultural trivia game as well as tour the Kuna FFA’s greenhouse. As a hands-on activity, students were then able to plant flower seeds which they will grow in their classroom and give to their mothers for Mothers’ Day. Through this activity, kids will be able to experience the process of seed germination and growth with their own plants. Kuna FFA members will complete a final activity with their PALS in the spring.  

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