Mini Jacket Chapter Activity for Recruiting

October 18, 2019

Mini Jacket Chapter Activity for Recruiting

Whether it is for FFA week, getting ready for National Convention, or a great after school activity Willapa Valley FFA showed a great idea for any chapter. Come to think of it, this would be a great recruiting tool at the beginning of the school year.

Have your officers prepare these for each returning member and have them tape each one to the student's locker. The mini blue jackets will be visible and give your officers and members something to talk about with new students.

Speaking of jackets, when someone asks "What can I do with an old FFA jacket?" here's a blog that can answer that question. Take a look and have some quick answers to make a retired FFA jacket live on.

What To Do With Old FFA Jackets

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