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Spotlight on Youth for Dec. 7, 2005
Parkway FFA holds Fresh Fest
ROCKFORD, Ohio — The Parkway FFA held their first Fresh Fest on Oct. 1. Members played hillbilly golf, washers and cards.

The purpose of the Fresh Fest was to get freshmen to come to see what the chapter has to offer. The officer team made up pamphlets and discussed the many opportunities that members could take advantage of. They talked about SAE’s, state and national convention, chapter activities and more.

“This was a great chance for us to try and get freshmen involved and tell them what the FFA is really about,” said Ashley Gamble, chapter secretary. “Our chapter has a lot to offer if they would take advantage of all of the opportunities.”

Miami East FFA sponsors safety poster contest
CASSTOWN, Ohio — The Safety Committee of the Miami East FFA Chapter recently sponsored a farm safety poster contest at Miami East Elementary.

Students in the second grade were given poster board and had to create a farm safety promotion poster. FFA members evaluated the pictures and awarded first place to each homeroom.

The results are as follows: Mrs. Sutherly’s class, Kyleigh Tulanko; Mrs. Johnson’s class, Emily Beal; Mrs. Riley’s class, Katelyn Justice; and Mrs. Rice’s class, Nathan Miller.

Each student participating received a pencil, bag of candy and buckeye for good luck. The first place poster in each homeroom was awarded a coloring pad and box of crayons.

Submitted by Lindsey Sindelir, chapter reporter.

Published in the December 7, 2005 issue of Farm World.

12/7/2005