Not All Gifts are For the Officers

May 03, 2019

Not All Gifts are For the Officers

Luckily, FFA advisors aren't the only ones thinking about gifts for the Spring Banquet. For a first year program, the students outdid themselves with a very unique and thoughtful gift.

I'm not sure who made it or how, but you can contact April Davis at Commerce Middle School (Georgia) and she might be able to give you some help. Plus she makes awesome planners (Perfectly Planned by ATD) for FFA advisors, so you can chat it up about organizing your school year.




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