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Adair FFA in Indianapolis, Indiana

2012-10-25 - Indianapolis, IN - Photo from Adair County High School FFA.
Twenty one students from the Adair County FFA chapter are in Indianapolis, Indiana this week for the 85th annual National FFA Convention and Career Show. There are over 50,000 FFA members already registered to attend this years convention sessions, view the career show, and participate in a variety of other activities. This morning our group stopped at the National FFA Center to pose for a picture before going downtown for today's activities. Front row, from left: Jonathan Vanarsdale, Tristin Beard, Amber Akers, Jessica True, Sarah Bault, Abby Royse, Katelyn Moore, Ashley Farmer and Whittney Ford. Back row: Andrew Melson, Trey Spinks, Eric Vanarsdale, Evan Shirley, Jena Hopkins, Andrew Conley, Jameson Keen, Cody Stotts, Ryan Hadley, Easton Ellis, Keisha Moss and Savannah Burton. - Sincerely, Jena Hopkins, FFA President

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