Team takes 2nd in state


Four young ladies from the Hillsboro and Felicity FFA chapters were teamed together to make a change in their communities and have spent countless hours working on their Ohio Youth Capital Challenge project. They presented in May with their compost pile and were determined to reduce food waste in their communities. They placed in the top three teams and moved on to state. The four individuals presented July 30 at the Ohio State Fair and placed second in state for their project. The compost pile is located at the Highland County Homeless Shelter beside the community garden that was started last year. The four ladies received a $150 scholarship from the project. They were sponsored by Wilkin and Wilkin insurance, Tissot’s of Hillsboro, Kibler Lumber, Holtfield Coffee Station, and several private sponsors. Pictured are Brittany Rhoads, Whitney Seitz, Bryanna Buerkle and Sarah Hoog.


Four young ladies from the Hillsboro and Felicity FFA chapters were teamed together to make a change in their communities and have spent countless hours working on their Ohio Youth Capital Challenge project. They presented in May with their compost pile and were determined to reduce food waste in their communities. They placed in the top three teams and moved on to state. The four individuals presented July 30 at the Ohio State Fair and placed second in state for their project. The compost pile is located at the Highland County Homeless Shelter beside the community garden that was started last year. The four ladies received a $150 scholarship from the project. They were sponsored by Wilkin and Wilkin insurance, Tissot’s of Hillsboro, Kibler Lumber, Holtfield Coffee Station, and several private sponsors. Pictured are Brittany Rhoads, Whitney Seitz, Bryanna Buerkle and Sarah Hoog.

Four young ladies from the Hillsboro and Felicity FFA chapters were teamed together to make a change in their communities and have spent countless hours working on their Ohio Youth Capital Challenge project. They presented in May with their compost pile and were determined to reduce food waste in their communities. They placed in the top three teams and moved on to state. The four individuals presented July 30 at the Ohio State Fair and placed second in state for their project. The compost pile is located at the Highland County Homeless Shelter beside the community garden that was started last year. The four ladies received a $150 scholarship from the project. They were sponsored by Wilkin and Wilkin insurance, Tissot’s of Hillsboro, Kibler Lumber, Holtfield Coffee Station, and several private sponsors. Pictured are Brittany Rhoads, Whitney Seitz, Bryanna Buerkle and Sarah Hoog.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_2nd-stae-pic.jpgFour young ladies from the Hillsboro and Felicity FFA chapters were teamed together to make a change in their communities and have spent countless hours working on their Ohio Youth Capital Challenge project. They presented in May with their compost pile and were determined to reduce food waste in their communities. They placed in the top three teams and moved on to state. The four individuals presented July 30 at the Ohio State Fair and placed second in state for their project. The compost pile is located at the Highland County Homeless Shelter beside the community garden that was started last year. The four ladies received a $150 scholarship from the project. They were sponsored by Wilkin and Wilkin insurance, Tissot’s of Hillsboro, Kibler Lumber, Holtfield Coffee Station, and several private sponsors. Pictured are Brittany Rhoads, Whitney Seitz, Bryanna Buerkle and Sarah Hoog.
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