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ACHS FFA places 2nd in state land judging competition

Team now advances to national competition
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By Grant Robertson, Adair County High School FFA Reporter

The Adair County FFA Land Judging place 2nd in the state competition in Hardinsburg, KY on November 3, 2016. The team competed against the top two teams from 12 different regions. The Adair County team will now advance to national competition in Oklahoma City in May. Team members are Susan Spinks, Paige Grider, Schyler Vanarsdale and Alex Barker.

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Adair County HS FFA Chapter at camp in Hardinsburg, KY

2016-11-05 - Hardinsburg, KY - Photo submitted by Grant Robertson, FFA Reporter.
At FFA Camp in Hardinsburg, KY on November 3 2016: David Wayne (KY Department of Agriculture), Susan Spinks, Paige Grider, Schyler Vanarsdale, Alex Barker, Rita Tate (Farm Credit Services), and Dave Gerhing (Natural Resources Conservation Service). - Grant Robertson

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