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The Springville FFA chapter had a very enjoyable activity on August 30th. This activity was opening social for their chapter or just an opening activity to get high school students interested in the Springville chapter. At the activity, the chapter had a parent meeting as well. Students showed up with their parents for fun games.

One of the activities that the parents discussed was the BBQ Drive-Thru. Another topic that was talked about was the chapter’s theme for the year, which is “Rise.” As the school year goes by, the FFA members want to “rise” and be a better person than when they started the school year.

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They played games of horseshoe, stick horse barrel racing, and some roping. McKenzie Nielsen, a Freshman at the Jr. High, had to say, “I had a good time, and I enjoyed meeting others and playing games.”

Maggie Miller, also a Freshman from the Jr. High, said, “I enjoyed the games and talking with my friends and new people, I had a good time and I’m excited for next years opening social.”

After the parent meeting was over students came back over to sit with their parents and enjoy some food.

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