Success Starts Here | Oct 14, 2021

During the summer, Oley Valley Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter does its best to keep members involved and create opportunities for new members. The new members can make new friends and get a feel for the Ag department. FFA work days were a great way to keep members occupied and to accomplish some summer cleaning and organizing of the Ag classrooms. It offers community service hours and free lunch. They were held Mondays and Wednesdays starting June 7 through August 16. The officers could come and do their officer work, while others helped to feed the fish, weed the gardens and flowerbeds, harvest vegetables from the raised bed gardens, clean the duck pen and other tasks around the school. All of the vegetables picked were donated to the Oley Valley Food Bank.

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