School board recognizes McClain FFA


Greenfield Exempted Village School District Board of Education members Jason Allison, Doug Mustard, and Sandy Free (left side), as well as Marilyn Mitchell and Eric Zint (right side) flank members of the McClain FFA at the board’s regular meeting on Monday where board members recognized the FFA students for their accomplishments. According to Chris Fitzpatrick, a vocational agriculture teacher at McClain, over the last five weeks the students have traveled more than 1,000 miles to attend livestock judging contests. At the district contest, McClain was first place and the club members will be heading to the state competition in a couple weeks, he said. The students have also logged over 550 hours of community service this school year, he said. FFA is “more than farming,” he said, adding that the club “is developing tomorrow’s leaders.”


Greenfield Exempted Village School District Board of Education members Jason Allison, Doug Mustard, and Sandy Free (left side), as well as Marilyn Mitchell and Eric Zint (right side) flank members of the McClain FFA at the board’s regular meeting on Monday where board members recognized the FFA students for their accomplishments. According to Chris Fitzpatrick, a vocational agriculture teacher at McClain, over the last five weeks the students have traveled more than 1,000 miles to attend livestock judging contests. At the district contest, McClain was first place and the club members will be heading to the state competition in a couple weeks, he said. The students have also logged over 550 hours of community service this school year, he said. FFA is “more than farming,” he said, adding that the club “is developing tomorrow’s leaders.”

Greenfield Exempted Village School District Board of Education members Jason Allison, Doug Mustard, and Sandy Free (left side), as well as Marilyn Mitchell and Eric Zint (right side) flank members of the McClain FFA at the board’s regular meeting on Monday where board members recognized the FFA students for their accomplishments. According to Chris Fitzpatrick, a vocational agriculture teacher at McClain, over the last five weeks the students have traveled more than 1,000 miles to attend livestock judging contests. At the district contest, McClain was first place and the club members will be heading to the state competition in a couple weeks, he said. The students have also logged over 550 hours of community service this school year, he said. FFA is “more than farming,” he said, adding that the club “is developing tomorrow’s leaders.”
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_FFA-1.jpgGreenfield Exempted Village School District Board of Education members Jason Allison, Doug Mustard, and Sandy Free (left side), as well as Marilyn Mitchell and Eric Zint (right side) flank members of the McClain FFA at the board’s regular meeting on Monday where board members recognized the FFA students for their accomplishments. According to Chris Fitzpatrick, a vocational agriculture teacher at McClain, over the last five weeks the students have traveled more than 1,000 miles to attend livestock judging contests. At the district contest, McClain was first place and the club members will be heading to the state competition in a couple weeks, he said. The students have also logged over 550 hours of community service this school year, he said. FFA is “more than farming,” he said, adding that the club “is developing tomorrow’s leaders.”
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