Blan FFA hosts PALS


The Blanchester FFA hosted an afterschool program called PALS on Nov. 13. This program is a way to engage fourth-graders with not only FFA but also keep them involved after school. The 26 students, officers and FFA members got to work on pine cone turkeys to get into the Thanksgiving spirit. “It’s always nice to have young people involved,” said Logan Heitzman. After the fourth-graders finished their turkeys, they were able to enjoy a snack and a drink. Thank you to all who came! Shown are FFA Secretary Abby Spurling with fourth-grader Janet Crowe with her pine cone turkey! — Chloe Taylor, FFA chapter reporter

The Blanchester FFA hosted an afterschool program called PALS on Nov. 13. This program is a way to engage fourth-graders with not only FFA but also keep them involved after school. The 26 students, officers and FFA members got to work on pine cone turkeys to get into the Thanksgiving spirit. “It’s always nice to have young people involved,” said Logan Heitzman. After the fourth-graders finished their turkeys, they were able to enjoy a snack and a drink. Thank you to all who came! Shown are FFA Secretary Abby Spurling with fourth-grader Janet Crowe with her pine cone turkey! — Chloe Taylor, FFA chapter reporter


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The Blanchester FFA hosted an afterschool program called PALS on Nov. 13. This program is a way to engage fourth-graders with not only FFA but also keep them involved after school. The 26 students, officers and FFA members got to work on pine cone turkeys to get into the Thanksgiving spirit. “It’s always nice to have young people involved,” said Logan Heitzman. After the fourth-graders finished their turkeys, they were able to enjoy a snack and a drink. Thank you to all who came! Shown are FFA Secretary Abby Spurling with fourth-grader Janet Crowe with her pine cone turkey! — Chloe Taylor, FFA chapter reporter

The Blanchester FFA hosted an afterschool program called PALS on Nov. 13. This program is a way to engage fourth-graders with not only FFA but also keep them involved after school. The 26 students, officers and FFA members got to work on pine cone turkeys to get into the Thanksgiving spirit. “It’s always nice to have young people involved,” said Logan Heitzman. After the fourth-graders finished their turkeys, they were able to enjoy a snack and a drink. Thank you to all who came! Shown are FFA Secretary Abby Spurling with fourth-grader Janet Crowe with her pine cone turkey! — Chloe Taylor, FFA chapter reporter
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_ffa-pals.jpgThe Blanchester FFA hosted an afterschool program called PALS on Nov. 13. This program is a way to engage fourth-graders with not only FFA but also keep them involved after school. The 26 students, officers and FFA members got to work on pine cone turkeys to get into the Thanksgiving spirit. “It’s always nice to have young people involved,” said Logan Heitzman. After the fourth-graders finished their turkeys, they were able to enjoy a snack and a drink. Thank you to all who came! Shown are FFA Secretary Abby Spurling with fourth-grader Janet Crowe with her pine cone turkey! — Chloe Taylor, FFA chapter reporter Courtesy photo