Staples Motley FFA
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  Welcome to Staples Motley FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Staples, MN. Our chapter has 152 active AET student accounts and 1 teacher.  

Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Please take a look around our site to see what's going on at Staples Motley FFA.

  Upcoming Events:  
March 9
    Region CDE: Livestock Evaluation
March 9
    Region CDE: Dairy Cattle Evaluation
March 9
    Region CDE: Poultry Evaluation
March 10
    Region Poultry CDE
March 10
    Region Fish and Wildlife CDE
March 10
    Region Small Animal CDE
March 10
    Region Meats CDE

  Top News:  
HyperLink The Staples Motley FFA officer team participated in the Region Leadership Conference to build teamwork and public relations. They also learned how to plan an event efficiently and practiced parliamentary procedure.The participants included officers Zach Strickland, Rebekka Paskewitz, Mary Sarah Sauber, Hayley Carlson, Brenden Thompson, Mikayla Sauber, Katie Benson, Taylor Yungbauer, and advisors Mr. Lindgren and Mr. Schornack. They also had a retreat after the conference to plan a program of activities for the coming year and grow closer as a team.
Date Posted: 8/8/2014

HyperLink State Leadership Camp for Chapter Leaders The past week we had three members from the Staples Motley FFA Chapter attend camp. These members included Mary Sarah Sauber, Hayley Carlson and Rebekka Paskewitz. At camp they were able to meet members from other chapters and share ideas. They also learned about teamwork and how to promote agriculture and the FFA. Mary Sarah, Hayley and Rebekka are excited to bring back ideas and new skills to the Staples Motley FFA Chapter!
Date Posted: 7/23/2014

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For information about Staples Motley FFA , please contact:
Staples-Motley FFA
401 Centennial Ln
Staples, MN 56479

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