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Utica FFA holds 29th annual toy show and pancake breakfast

Submitted by the Utica FFA Chapter. On Sunday, November 11th, the Utica FFA held its 29th annual toy show and pancake breakfast. This year, 25 vendors were in attendance and over 400 visitors attended, making record attendance. The Utica FFA would like to thank their sponsors: Oilers Meat, Kroger’s, Todd Salome/ …

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Utica FFA advances in Food Science CDE

Submitted by Kimberlee Hornyak, Utica FFA On Monday, November 12th, 9 members from the Utica FFA chapter attended the District Food Science CDE at Zane Trace high school and qualified for the state competition in December. The Food Science CDE tests members abilities to identify aromas, identify food safety errors, …

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Anthony Wayne FFA member makes history

Submitted by the Anthony Wayne FFA Chapter. Louis Pawliski, Anthony Wayne 2017 graduate, made school history as he was a national proficiency finalist at National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana this fall. With 1,444 total state proficiency winners, Louis made it into the top 188 finalists in the country, being …

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Ohio’s results at the 2018 National FFA Convention at a glance

American FFA Degrees – 434                                                          Honorary American Degrees Melissa Bell, Zanesville Leslie Kinder, Fletcher Jean Scott, Tontogany Virgil Strickler, Columbus   National Proficiency winners Agricultural Communications – Jamie Hart, Versailles Agricultural Processing – Emily Holcomb, Firelands Agriscience Research Plant – Abigail Hissong, Milton-Union MVCTC Beef Production-Entrepreneurship – Garrett …

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Eight Ohio FFA members named National Proficiency winners

Out of the 47 categories of National Proficiency Award areas available from the National FFA Organization, Ohio was represented by 24 national finalists. Eight Ohioans came out on top of their respective categories, an extremely difficult task. More about each of this year’s winners from the Buckeye State below: Agricultural …

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