Mowrystown FFA Leadership Night


The Mowrystown FFA recently hosted the first Leadership Night of the year. There were 142 members that participated in activities state officers planned. State secretary Michaela Kramer and vice president at-large Sarah Landis started the night with a game to help everyone make new friends and find out what amplify service meant to everyone. Next everyone split into groups with new people and came up with a definition of amplify service and unscrambled facts that show just how needy the world and our community are. After that they went back to there chapter groups and made a plan that could help an issue they learned about. The night ended with a game of pantyhose bowling and pizza.


The Mowrystown FFA recently hosted the first Leadership Night of the year. There were 142 members that participated in activities state officers planned. State secretary Michaela Kramer and vice president at-large Sarah Landis started the night with a game to help everyone make new friends and find out what amplify service meant to everyone. Next everyone split into groups with new people and came up with a definition of amplify service and unscrambled facts that show just how needy the world and our community are. After that they went back to there chapter groups and made a plan that could help an issue they learned about. The night ended with a game of pantyhose bowling and pizza.

The Mowrystown FFA recently hosted the first Leadership Night of the year. There were 142 members that participated in activities state officers planned. State secretary Michaela Kramer and vice president at-large Sarah Landis started the night with a game to help everyone make new friends and find out what amplify service meant to everyone. Next everyone split into groups with new people and came up with a definition of amplify service and unscrambled facts that show just how needy the world and our community are. After that they went back to there chapter groups and made a plan that could help an issue they learned about. The night ended with a game of pantyhose bowling and pizza.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Leadership-Night-pic.jpgThe Mowrystown FFA recently hosted the first Leadership Night of the year. There were 142 members that participated in activities state officers planned. State secretary Michaela Kramer and vice president at-large Sarah Landis started the night with a game to help everyone make new friends and find out what amplify service meant to everyone. Next everyone split into groups with new people and came up with a definition of amplify service and unscrambled facts that show just how needy the world and our community are. After that they went back to there chapter groups and made a plan that could help an issue they learned about. The night ended with a game of pantyhose bowling and pizza.
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