MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- More than 400 FFA students from across the state are headed to Montgomery to fight hunger.
The FFA says the students plan to pack and donate 40,000 take-home meals to food banks. Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey and House budget committee Chairman Jay Love of Montgomery are scheduled to help the students Wednesday during the FFA state convention.
The FFA Rally Against Hunger is sponsored by the Alabama FFA Foundation and the Alabama FFA Association.
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