State FFA officer visits Hillsboro FFA


On Tuesday, Oct. 13, Ohio FFA State Reporter Aaron Klohn visited Hillsboro FFA chapter. Throughout the day Klohn ran workshops for the FFA classes and got the kids pumped for FFA. One of the workshops focused on change, how we deal with it and how we can make change a good thing. After talking about change students were given three Post It notes. On each one they wrote something they’d like to change in their FFA chapter, school and community. The members enjoyed everything he put together for the chapter and would like to thank him for coming. Klohn will be back to speak at the Hillsboro FFA Greenhand Banquet in November for first-year FFA members. Pictured in back are Sam Fender, Bryanna Buerkle, Kaleb Harp, Klohn, Aaron Miller, Lauren Grover and Emily Earley; and in the bottom are Peyton Kidder, Mikala Waller, Meredith Oglesby and Erin Clark.


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On Tuesday, Oct. 13, Ohio FFA State Reporter Aaron Klohn visited Hillsboro FFA chapter. Throughout the day Klohn ran workshops for the FFA classes and got the kids pumped for FFA. One of the workshops focused on change, how we deal with it and how we can make change a good thing. After talking about change students were given three Post It notes. On each one they wrote something they’d like to change in their FFA chapter, school and community. The members enjoyed everything he put together for the chapter and would like to thank him for coming. Klohn will be back to speak at the Hillsboro FFA Greenhand Banquet in November for first-year FFA members. Pictured in back are Sam Fender, Bryanna Buerkle, Kaleb Harp, Klohn, Aaron Miller, Lauren Grover and Emily Earley; and in the bottom are Peyton Kidder, Mikala Waller, Meredith Oglesby and Erin Clark.

On Tuesday, Oct. 13, Ohio FFA State Reporter Aaron Klohn visited Hillsboro FFA chapter. Throughout the day Klohn ran workshops for the FFA classes and got the kids pumped for FFA. One of the workshops focused on change, how we deal with it and how we can make change a good thing. After talking about change students were given three Post It notes. On each one they wrote something they’d like to change in their FFA chapter, school and community. The members enjoyed everything he put together for the chapter and would like to thank him for coming. Klohn will be back to speak at the Hillsboro FFA Greenhand Banquet in November for first-year FFA members. Pictured in back are Sam Fender, Bryanna Buerkle, Kaleb Harp, Klohn, Aaron Miller, Lauren Grover and Emily Earley; and in the bottom are Peyton Kidder, Mikala Waller, Meredith Oglesby and Erin Clark.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_FFAworkshoppic.jpgOn Tuesday, Oct. 13, Ohio FFA State Reporter Aaron Klohn visited Hillsboro FFA chapter. Throughout the day Klohn ran workshops for the FFA classes and got the kids pumped for FFA. One of the workshops focused on change, how we deal with it and how we can make change a good thing. After talking about change students were given three Post It notes. On each one they wrote something they’d like to change in their FFA chapter, school and community. The members enjoyed everything he put together for the chapter and would like to thank him for coming. Klohn will be back to speak at the Hillsboro FFA Greenhand Banquet in November for first-year FFA members. Pictured in back are Sam Fender, Bryanna Buerkle, Kaleb Harp, Klohn, Aaron Miller, Lauren Grover and Emily Earley; and in the bottom are Peyton Kidder, Mikala Waller, Meredith Oglesby and Erin Clark. Submitted photo
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