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Live From The Hive
The Grand Canyon FFA chapter hosted its annual community pancake breakfast on Saturday February 25th to end out National FFA Week. The event was a success despite some snowy weather and over 300 people were in attendance.
The Grand Canyon FFA chapter had a very successful week at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, January 7th – 14th in Harrisburg, PA. The chapter had a variety of members participating throughout the week and achieved great things throughout the event. On today’s Ag Happenings, members were interviewed about some of their successes and what their achievements meant to them.
Grand Canyon FFA members have been eagerly raising funds for the Wreaths Across America program at the Wellsboro Cemetery again this year. This program, chaired by Natasha Maddox, is in its 4th year and she is excited about its growth.
The Wellsboro Agriscience Department has had a special guest the last few weeks as they hosted a pregnant pig for the third time, to have this animal farrow – or give birth in the classroom and provide this experience for the students and community to be a part of.
Rita Champaign is a perfect example of a non-traditional agriculture student that has benefited greatly and maximized her opportunities in high school through participation in agricultural education courses and the FFA.