Hillsboro FFA shows special interest


The Highland County Fair occurred Sept. 3-10. During the fair Hillsboro FFA members exhibited special interest projects. The projects that were entered included different types of vegetables such as onions, tomatoes, corn, a variety of beans, okra, sweet potatoes, along with a basket of mixed vegetables. All the Hillsboro FFA members received an A on their entered produce, which is the best you can receive. The produce that is entered at the fair is grown from the members’ garden. Most of the gardens are used as SAE projects, which are supervised agriculture experience. The members that exhibited were Lana Grover, Lauren Grover, Elizebeth Mahan, Christine Page, Cailey Helterbrand, Meredith Oglesby, Caleb Knight and Jireh Vance, who entered over 10 different items. Pictured are some of the member projects.


The Highland County Fair occurred Sept. 3-10. During the fair Hillsboro FFA members exhibited special interest projects. The projects that were entered included different types of vegetables such as onions, tomatoes, corn, a variety of beans, okra, sweet potatoes, along with a basket of mixed vegetables. All the Hillsboro FFA members received an A on their entered produce, which is the best you can receive. The produce that is entered at the fair is grown from the members’ garden. Most of the gardens are used as SAE projects, which are supervised agriculture experience. The members that exhibited were Lana Grover, Lauren Grover, Elizebeth Mahan, Christine Page, Cailey Helterbrand, Meredith Oglesby, Caleb Knight and Jireh Vance, who entered over 10 different items. Pictured are some of the member projects.

The Highland County Fair occurred Sept. 3-10. During the fair Hillsboro FFA members exhibited special interest projects. The projects that were entered included different types of vegetables such as onions, tomatoes, corn, a variety of beans, okra, sweet potatoes, along with a basket of mixed vegetables. All the Hillsboro FFA members received an A on their entered produce, which is the best you can receive. The produce that is entered at the fair is grown from the members’ garden. Most of the gardens are used as SAE projects, which are supervised agriculture experience. The members that exhibited were Lana Grover, Lauren Grover, Elizebeth Mahan, Christine Page, Cailey Helterbrand, Meredith Oglesby, Caleb Knight and Jireh Vance, who entered over 10 different items. Pictured are some of the member projects.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Special-Interest-pic.jpgThe Highland County Fair occurred Sept. 3-10. During the fair Hillsboro FFA members exhibited special interest projects. The projects that were entered included different types of vegetables such as onions, tomatoes, corn, a variety of beans, okra, sweet potatoes, along with a basket of mixed vegetables. All the Hillsboro FFA members received an A on their entered produce, which is the best you can receive. The produce that is entered at the fair is grown from the members’ garden. Most of the gardens are used as SAE projects, which are supervised agriculture experience. The members that exhibited were Lana Grover, Lauren Grover, Elizebeth Mahan, Christine Page, Cailey Helterbrand, Meredith Oglesby, Caleb Knight and Jireh Vance, who entered over 10 different items. Pictured are some of the member projects.
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