The Minnesota FFA Foundation announced the presentation of the official FFA jacket to the Red Wing Chapter.
Participation in the Blue Jacket Bright Futures program was made possible through $1,000 donation by Compeer Financial, which supports high school ag programming.
The jackets will remain with the club. Students also had the option to purchase and personalize a jacket on their own.
Teacher Bill Emery says with a jacket, FFA members can participate in competitions and attend conferences. Red Wing students were granted an exemption last spring.
The chapter has quickly grown to 15 members and they meet every morning before school.
FFA plays a role in developing agricultural knowledge and furthering personal growth in students while preparing them for their future careers.
Learn more at www.mnffafoundation.org.
Red Wing High School FFA includes adviser Bill Emery, Jacob McCoy, Kaley Apenhorst, Kendra Sutherland, Daniel Anderson, Aiden Miller, Carson Fangman, Aiden Jasin and Nolan Berghammer. They are pictured in their new jackets with Danielle Bowers of Compeer Financial.