By Karen Huwe
The Times 

WHS Celebrates National FFA Week

Dress up days, competitions, and royalty make the celebration memorable.

 

Karen Huwe

The Harvest Ball was a great way to end National FFA Week. (l-r) senior Owen Yost, freshmen Bea Karl and Koyen Fortune, King and Queen juniors Rueben Yutzy and Bailey Standring, sophomores Jack Karl and Alyssa Hollingsworth

WAITSBURG-The Waitsburg FFA students had a busy National FFA Week. This year's National FFA week is celebrated by chapters throughout the United States from February 20 to 24.

Activities started on Tuesday after the Presidents Day holiday. Students participated in dress-up days with WHS students encouraged to dress in camo on Tuesday, pajamas on Wednesday, Thursday was cowboy day, and Friday was FFA pride day.

FFA advisor Nicole Abel took a partial team to compete in an AG Mechanic event hosted by WSU Ag Ed students on Wednesday, February 22. The team with Levi Boudrieau, Garret Palmer, and...



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