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The 93rd annual Montana FFA Convention continues in Great Falls through Saturday. Several contests have been completed and many nervous kids await the results. Winners in the preliminaries will move onto the finals where they can earn the right to represent Montana at the National Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana in November.
With over 2000 members and guests there are a lot of people moving in a lot of different directions. There are activities set up as well as displays to keep everyone entertained and informed. The other side of the story is when you get a room of 2000 young leaders together, they will find ways to keep busy.
This group of students from Stevensville are playing a serious game of Jenga
There are several educational displays that are interactive.
Gardiner FFA is well aware of the challenges of living next to Yellowstone National Park
The Gardiner FFA Members are well spoken about the Bison Hunt, stop and talk to them
The FFA is made of up of three parts, the Association (members) the Alumni (past members and supporters) and the Foundation (the financial arm for the organization). In the lobby of the Pacific Steel and Recycling 4- Seasons Arena is a general store as well as a silent auction put on by the Montana FFA Alumni.
Heavy Duty Fire Pit
One of a Kind Lamp
A very Unique Owl Created by Jean Blackman in honor of Mr. Bill Jimmerson
Incredible Art Work
Admission to the MT FFA Convention is free. You don't need to be a member to bid on the items, just stop by the MT ExpoPark and take a look. If you do, talk to some of the kids and learn about the FFA- you will walk away a fan of the organization.
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