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Minnesota FFA Officers Using High Tech During National Week

Minnesota FFA Officers Using High Tech During National Week

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This week is National FFA week and the Minnesota State Officer team is utilizing new technology to get their message out.  Mallory Pagel of Fulda serves as state President and she says getting on Social Media has been their focus.

Pagel says they’ll also be meeting today with educational leaders and sharing their message of the importance of FFA.

She says FFA membership in Minnesota has grown and they’ve now reached 10,000 members.

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