BCHS FFA STUDENTS ATTENDING LEADERSHIP TRAINING PDF Print
Monday, 24 June 2013 06:28

A group of Barren County High School Students begin leadership training today. The students are attending the 77th annual FFA Organization summer camp in Hardinsburg, Kentucky.

 

The FFA, formerly known as “Future Farmers of America” is a national organization that uses agricultural education to promote leadership, personal growth and career success in young people.

 

President of the Barren County High School chapter of the FFA Rachel Fields says that, along with leadership training, the weeklong camp helps build a sense of community among all the FFA chapters in Kentucky.

 

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According to the FFA, the camp will host over 1,500 high school students. Fields says 16 of those students will be officers and committee chairmen from Barren County High School.

 

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Fields says The Barren County High School FFA has close to 300 active members. Among the skills students learn are gardening and raising and slaughtering livestock.

 

 

Today is Linda Wells Day!  Linda is retiring from Donnelly's with 36 years of service.

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