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By Meaghan Downs
FFA students from Anderson County High School know what they did this summer.
They saved a Lexington stream bed from a wild wall of invasive honeysuckle.
They trusted the waiting arms of other FFA leaders during a trust fall exercise at camp and packed more than 55,000 meals for the hungry in Washington, D.C.
And according to the local students and advisers involved in FFA, they’re ready to take what they’ve learned and give back to their chapter, their school and their community.
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