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The Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA Chapter was established in 1981 with 16 members all of which were young men. Today, the membership has grown to an average of 45 members with around 50% of them being female. This year we expect to be . . . read more

2017 FFA Members Attend Leadership Conference

By Rice, Danny

Marais des Cynges Valley FFA Members Attend Washington Leadership Conference National FFA Organization’s Washington Leadership Conference Instills Importance of Growth, Leadership, Community Service INDIANAPOLIS-National FFA . . . read more

FFA Officers Work to Serve Wildfire Family

By Rice, Danny

Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA Officers work to Serve Wildfire Family The Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA Officers worked on their leadership skills, organized the year of events and provided an experience of service this year on their . . . read more

Annual MdCV FFA Chapter Banquet

              The annual Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA Chapter Banquet was held on Thursday April 13th, 2017. Approximately, 90 people including members, families, and friends . . . read more

MdCV FFA Members Attend Washington Leadership Conference

By Rice, Danny

  National FFA Organization’s Washington Leadership Conference Instills Importance of Growth, Leadership, Community Service INDIANAPOLIS-National FFA Organization and Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA. Two Marais des . . . read more

FFA Busy This Summer

By Rice, Danny | July 29, 2016

Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA Officers Attend State Convention and Officer Retreat The Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA Officers continue to work on their professional and personal growth as they attended the 88 th Kansas FFA Convention and . . . read more

FFA Motto, Mission, Goal

FFA Motto Learning to Do Doing to Learn Earning to Live Living to Serve   The FFA Mission FFA makes a positive difference on the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal . . . read more

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