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Alumni & Supporters Reception

Dear Valued FFA Alumni and CDE Coordinators: 

On behalf of the Washington FFA State Leadership Team, it is our distinct honor to invite you to attend the Washington FFA Alumni and Supporters Reception at the 86th Washington FFA Convention on Saturday, May 14th at the Ensminger Pavilion on the Washington State University Campus. This event is for CDE Coordinators and current WA FFA/National FFA Alumni members.  If you are not currently an alumni member but would like to join, you will be able to do so at this event.

As you may know, this year’s theme is “Come Together,” and we are excited to offer an opportunity for our supporters and those that have contributed to the legacy of success and continue to support the growth of the Washington FFA Association, Foundation, and Alumni, to come together and share time and memories. 

We are extremely grateful for your contributions to the success of FFA and agricultural education through volunteering with local programs, coordinating state level CDE’s, sponsoring FFA activities, or through lifetime membership in the alumni association. The reception will begin following the close of session four, which is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m., Saturday May 14. Light hors d’oeuvres will be provided, and of course, great company! You are welcome to join us during session four in the VIP section in the lower seating of Beasley Coliseum as we wrap up convention and install new state FFA officers. 

Please consider joining us so we can share our appreciation and gratitude for your contributions.
If you are able and plan to attend the Alumni and Supporters Reception, please RSVP to Rebecca Wallace at rebecca.wallace@k12.wa.us no later than May 4th. 

Warm regards,

Rebecca Wallace, State FFA Advisor                
Abbie DeMeerleer, Association Executive Director
Stewart Padelford, Foundation Director
Ricardo Ibarra, Alumni Director
Phil Renz, CDE Coordinator