Roundup of FFA news for the week of Nov. 10, 2016

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HANOVERTON, Ohio — The United FFA chapter is selling fruit through Nov. 11. Contact an FFA member or call 330-223-2836 to purchase.

Ohio State FFA President Mary Buehler visited the chapter Oct. 25 sharing team building activities.

FFA members attended a Greenhand Conference and Officer Training at Northwestern High School Oct. 29. Greenhand members attending were Christian Barnes, Gabe Snyder, and Molly Sell, and officers attending were Alyssa White and Chloe Chappell.

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LISBON, Ohio — The Columbiana County Career and Technical Center’s student chapter of the FFA recently sent representatives to attend National Convention in Indianapolis. Attending were Lyndsey MIller, T.J. Vint, Myckenzie Moore, Taylor Headley, Taylor Jarrett, Emily Savage, Analise Ashby and Madissen Lucas.

CCCTC Veterinary Science Technology alumni member Matt Chestnut accompanied the group.

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SULLIVAN, Ohio — The Black River FFA officer team kicked off the fall season with the annual hayride and bonfire. Callee Aviles, the secretary, held the event at her house Oct. 13.

The event was an opportunity for the officers to welcome new members.

The following members attended: Cori and Callee Aviles, Sora Edwards, Breanna Clifford, Alexis Czarny, Coleton McCourt, Matti O’Farrelly, Johnathon Herb, Blake Windenmeyer, Ella and Mandy Yoder, Cole Herte, Eric Cordonnier, Hailee Baker, Tony Strojin, John Bricker, and Anna Shearer.

The Black River FFA Forestry Team participated in the 2016 State Forestry Career Development Event Oct. 1 at Hocking College in Nelsonville.

This year’s team consisted of Collin Burnett, Sierra Sturgill, Allen Slaven, John Bricker, Ray Dean, and Cori Aviles. They earned 18th place at the state finals.

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