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Waterloo City Council Recognizes Local FFA Chapter

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Waterloo FFA students accept a letter of commendation from Mayor Tom Smith. State Rep. Nathan Reitz, second from left, also attended Monday’s City Council meeting to honor the nationally recognized chapter.
Waterloo FFA students accept a letter of commendation from Mayor Tom Smith. State Rep. Nathan Reitz, second from left, also attended Monday’s City Council meeting to honor the nationally recognized chapter.

Accolades continue to roll in for the nationally recognized Waterloo High School FFA. The chapter brought home a big award this October at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. The Waterloo FFA was invited to this past Monday’s Waterloo City Council meeting to accept a Letter of Commendation from Mayor Tom Smith. Through the …

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