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FfA officers study curious shrinkage in blue jacket

2012-02-24 - 526 Indian DR, Columbia, KY - Photo by Alan W. Reed.
Supt. Darrell Treece proudly displays his own FFA jacket, ca. 1965. The gold pin signifies the State Farmer award (Tennessee) he earned in 1967. The treasured jacket appeared to be in excellent shape except for some un-explained "shrinkage" according to Treece. With Supt. Treece, from left are FFA senior officers Karli Jessie, Jena Hawkins, Eric VanArsdale, Whittney Ford, Abby Royse and Diana Trejo.-Alan Reed

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