Greenville FFA to celebrate National Farm & Health Safety Week

September 18 th – 24 th

GREENVILLE—The Greenville FFA Chapter is recognizing National Farm and Health Safety week September 18-September 24. This week brings awareness to the overall health of agriculturalists nationwide, and the importance of being safe while farmers are moving equipment on the roads during harvest season.

Throughout the week, the student body at Greenville High School will be able to participate in daily dress up days to support different populations involved in agriculture.

The chapter will be conducting tractor safety by hosting our annual TractorCade on Tuesday, September 20th. Students at Greenville High School can join us Tuesday morning to watch the parade of tractors and listen to our guest speaker Sheriff Mark Whittaker talk about the significance of being safe and cautious on the roads as harvest season is coming very soon. Mrs. Jody Harter, the Director of Administrative Services, is our Grand Marshal for this event this year.

The Greenville FFA Chapter is proud to advocate for agriculturists across the country.

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