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Getting excited about FFA: Greenhands at Adair Co. High School

2012-02-23 - Adair County High School - Photo by Karli Jessie.
Pre-ceremony group photo:This week we are celebrating National FFA Week. In honor of this celebration we hold our annual Greenhand Ceremony The Greenhand FFA Degree is a national organization of members who expect to enter a career in the industry of agriculture. This morning we are getting the freshman agriculture class "Greenhands" excited about being a part of the FFA Organization. Above, in one block are: Front row: Ana Perez, Sara Grider, Kylan Keltner, Tyler Kimbler, Andrew Conley, Sarah Bault, Shayla Burton, Desary Ford, Jenna Franklin, Will Partin. Back Row L to R: Jacob Sheridan, Erin Heitz, Amanda Northup, Elisha Franklin, Trevor Murphy, Dustin Pelston, Tristen Beard, Josh Hardin, Tyler Durham, Cody Janes, Dillion Wilkerson, Mason Burton, Colton Back, and Blake Beck. By Karli Jessie Adair County FFA President. Thursday, February 23, 2012

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