Polk FFA Chapter wins Camp Banner again
Published 8:00 am Saturday, August 4, 2018
From June 11-15, members of the Polk County High School FFA Chapter participated in the North Carolina FFA Camp Program at White Lake, North Carolina.
The chapter had four teams competing: Black, Blue, Silver and White. The teams placed: Blue, first; Silver, fifth; White, sixth; and Black, seventh.
The camping program consisted of character building, leadership and recreational activities. Each day started with students taking part in a devotional, flag-raising ceremonies and calisthenics.
Students then attended leadership sessions, where they enhanced their leadership skills. The remainder of the day, the students participated in competitive events, including water sports like swimming, canoeing and water ball, basketball, volleyball, softball, horseshoes, shuffle board, checkers and table tennis.
All activities were based on a point system, and the team with the most points at the end of the week was declared the winner.
– Submitted by Chauncey Barber