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FFA group will meet after CTE Showcase Mon 9 Feb 2015

By Crystal Caldwell

The Adair Co FFA Alumni and the FFA Advisory Council will meet on Monday, February 9, 2015, at 6:30pmCT. The meeting will be held in the High School Agriculture Building, 176 FFA Drive, Columbia, KY, immediately following the High School CTE showcase. All current, past and prospective FFA Alumni members are asked to attend as well as all FFA Advisory Council members. Please come out and support our high school students in the CTE Showcase and stay for the meeting to learn more about the FFA program. Crystal Caldwell, FFA Alumni Secretary - Crystal Caldwell



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