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Greenville FFA holds Adopt-a-Highway

As a special community service project during Septmeber, Greenville FFA members collected trash and debris along a two mile stretch of State Route 118 north of Greenville. Greenville FFA members have been collecting trash along this strip of highway for 22 years. Members of the program participate in at least one community service project during each nine weeks of the school year. During the course of the school year, students have the opportunity to participate in several community service projects including Food for Needy at Christmas, Toys for Tikes and Teens, March for Babies, Operation Christmas Child, Blood Drawing, Pet Food Drive, and others.

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