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Tri County FFA Hosts Ag Orientation Night

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TRI COUNTY FFA HOSTS AG ORIENTATION NIGHT

The Tri County FFA Officers hosted an Ag Orientation Night for junior high and ninth graders on August 21st in the TC Ag Education Department.  President Savannah Gerlach welcomed the students and their parents. Advisor Dave Barnard then addressed upcoming events and opportunities. Twenty-two students participated along with their parents.

The officers conducted seven learning centers for all to participate in.  Madison Freese sponsored a greenhouse horticulture activity, Savannah Gerlach brought in a class of market hogs to judge, Taylor Cammack set up a livestock breed identification station, Evan Larson had an animal science equipment section, Alexis Malchow had the guests answer agri-business questions, Creighton Niemeyer offered a station on crop seed identification and Sentinel Chad Niemeier conducted a tool identification center.  Secretary Tiffany Pearson tabulated the results.

Placing first overall was 7th grader John Wehrman.  Ending up in second place was Gavin Weichel. Earning third place was Gracin Hahn.  Rounding out the top ten were Brevin Damrow, Nick Loxtercamp, August Gerlach, Emerson Schultis, Carter Holtmeier and Colton Bales.  Other students participating in the activity were Evan Quackenbush, Carter Siems, Ellie Peters, Jazmin Dike, Colton Placek, Jurgen Baker, Trevor Johnson, Jonah Schwab, Logan Brown, Kaden Van Winkle, Caden Bales and Kanin Baker.  The students received t-shirts for their hard work.