On Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013, The Madison Plains FFA Chapter helped their environment by picking up trash alongside State Route 38.
For safety, members were divided into group of two. They also wore latex gloves and safety vest. Each group had a different starting point. The groups met in the middle and were picked up and taken back to the school. Through this activity, members realized how much of a problem littering is today. Kayle Mast stated, “It seems to me that there is a large problem with people being carless and harming our environment.”
The chapter is very dedicated to keeping their community clean and looking nice.… Continue readingRead More »