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Sponsors sought for Blue Jackets Bright Futures program

Program purchases FFA jackets for members who apply.

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ST. PAUL — With school in full swing, thousands of young people are joining FFA in Minnesota. To support the development of these young people, future leaders for agriculture and their local communities, the Minnesota FFA Foundation is again offering the Blue Jackets Bright Futures program which provides official FFA jackets to members who have completed an application indicating their desire to be involved with FFA programs.

This is the 14th year the Minnesota FFA Foundation has offered the program.

“The jacket is a symbol of tradition and pride for those who have worn the official FFA jacket. Many past members have sponsored jackets, but it’s not uncommon for individuals and companies to sponsor jackets because they appreciate what the organization does to develop young leaders,” said Val Aarsvold, Minnesota FFA Foundation Executive Director.

To support the Blue Jacket Bright Future program, visit mnffafoundation.org/blue-jackets-bright-futures.

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