Ben Cook, president of the Houston High School chapter of FFA, accepts a resolution highlighting the FFA and agriculture during a Houston City Council meeting on Tuesday night. Credit: BRAD GENTRY | HOUSTON HERALD

The Houston High School chapter of Future Farmers of America is celebrating National FFA Week with activities that began Saturday at the high school cafeteria with a breakfast. Members participated in church services Sunday. Monday was a holiday. Tuesday was Blue and Gold Day. There was no school Wednesday due to the possibility of inclement weather.

Weather permitting, Thursday is “Gone Hunting” – wear camo/hunter clothing and Friday is “Houston FFA has HHS Tiger Pride” with members wearing red and black.

FFA members serve breakfast during a community breakfast Saturday.

On Tuesday evening, two members of the Houston FFA chapter attended the Houston City Council meeting to receive a resolution from Mayor Willy Walker.

A section highlighting the chapter appears here.

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