Hillsboro FFA students place third


Two Hillsboro FFA members traveled to Wilmington recently to compete against other schools in the Agricultural Industrial Diagnostics (AID), a Career Development Event (CDE) which it helps students figure out problems with different types of machinery or vehicles. Once the problem is figured out with the machinery the students have to try to fix it with their knowledge. This CDE helps prepare members for the future when they have to figure out what is wrong with machinery or other things that break. Jireh Vance and Chase Williamson were the two from Hillsboro that competed and they came in third place out of all the teams. The two boys prepared for the contest by visiting Five Points in Hillsboro to better their knowledge and learn where to begin fixing things. Pictured are Jireh Vance and Chase Williamson working on a tractor at the district competition.


Two Hillsboro FFA members traveled to Wilmington recently to compete against other schools in the Agricultural Industrial Diagnostics (AID), a Career Development Event (CDE) which it helps students figure out problems with different types of machinery or vehicles. Once the problem is figured out with the machinery the students have to try to fix it with their knowledge. This CDE helps prepare members for the future when they have to figure out what is wrong with machinery or other things that break. Jireh Vance and Chase Williamson were the two from Hillsboro that competed and they came in third place out of all the teams. The two boys prepared for the contest by visiting Five Points in Hillsboro to better their knowledge and learn where to begin fixing things. Pictured are Jireh Vance and Chase Williamson working on a tractor at the district competition.

Two Hillsboro FFA members traveled to Wilmington recently to compete against other schools in the Agricultural Industrial Diagnostics (AID), a Career Development Event (CDE) which it helps students figure out problems with different types of machinery or vehicles. Once the problem is figured out with the machinery the students have to try to fix it with their knowledge. This CDE helps prepare members for the future when they have to figure out what is wrong with machinery or other things that break. Jireh Vance and Chase Williamson were the two from Hillsboro that competed and they came in third place out of all the teams. The two boys prepared for the contest by visiting Five Points in Hillsboro to better their knowledge and learn where to begin fixing things. Pictured are Jireh Vance and Chase Williamson working on a tractor at the district competition.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Diagnostics-pic.jpgTwo Hillsboro FFA members traveled to Wilmington recently to compete against other schools in the Agricultural Industrial Diagnostics (AID), a Career Development Event (CDE) which it helps students figure out problems with different types of machinery or vehicles. Once the problem is figured out with the machinery the students have to try to fix it with their knowledge. This CDE helps prepare members for the future when they have to figure out what is wrong with machinery or other things that break. Jireh Vance and Chase Williamson were the two from Hillsboro that competed and they came in third place out of all the teams. The two boys prepared for the contest by visiting Five Points in Hillsboro to better their knowledge and learn where to begin fixing things. Pictured are Jireh Vance and Chase Williamson working on a tractor at the district competition.
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