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By Karen Huwe
The Times 

Around the Valley: with Karen Huwe

 

Karen Huwe

FFA trap shoot members with Ag Advisor, Nicole Abel. From left to right, Garrett Palmer, Nicole Abel, Caleb Barron, Preston Hinchliffe, Hagen Taylor, Abbi Paolino

During National FFA week, February 19-26, Waitsburg members had dress-up days, Ag Olympics, a trap shoot meet, and the Harvest Ball.

Monday, President's Day, the students did not have school. On Tuesday, it was pajama day and Wednesday was hat day. There wasn't a dress-up day on Thursday and Friday was flannel day. Friday afternoon was also the Ag Olympics.

One girl and one boy from each class was selected to compete for Harvest Ball King and Queen. Freshmen, Alyssa Hollingworth and Jack Karl; Sophomores, Makenna Barron and Jasper Morrow; Juniors, Claudia Benevides and Jay Dimak and Seniors, Mackenzie Lewis and Caleb Barron competed in a race through a series of activities. After the competition of carrying buckets of water, bowling, herding balloons, roping a steer, and donning the FFA jacket, Seniors Makenzie Lewis and Caleb Barron were announced as the 2022 King and Queen.

 

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