The week of George Washington’s birthday was designated as National FFA Week in 1947 at a National FFA Board of Directors meeting. FFA Week always runs from Saturday to Saturday and encompasses February 22, Washington’s birthday.
During FFA Week is when our current officers will pass down their role in our FFA chapter, and become the former officers. This can be an emotional and important time in educating our future officers.
The Logan County FFA Chapter has nearly 400 High School students in participation. The chapter offers a wide variety of Agricultural classes, such as a Horticulture program with two elaborate greenhouses, animal tech, and an extensive shop program with welding and mechanical instruction. During the year, the Logan County Chapter participates in various leadership activities such as FFA camp, State and National conventions, as well as community service projects. To learn more about FFA and FFA week, you can visit www.ffa.org, www.kyffa.org, or Logan County FFA Alumni on Facebook.