Work Auction for the FFA

On Monday, Feb. 13, the Delphi FFA Chapter held their annual Work Auction for their members. The Work Auction is an annual fundraiser the FFA holds to support their activities for the year. Local businesses, family members, and close people with the FFA come to bid on the members to use them for an 8 hour work day. Jobs can include mowing grass, cleaning garages, house work, helping move, and even using them to help with livestock. FFA advisor, Doug Walker, estimates to have raised 15,000 for SAE activities, National Convention, and State Convention. He wants to thank all those who came and supported the FFA and hopes that all members represent us well and work hard. 

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