Bleckley County FFA

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Stone Mountain Trip 2015

The Bleckley County FFA chapter had 31 members in attendance for the Stone Mountain Park trip on September 26, 2015. The rain did not keep the Bleckley County FFA members from having fun on the trip to Stone Mountain. While attending the park, members had the chance to participate in many different activities including miniature […]

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August 2015 Meeting

Bleckley County High School and Middle School students were invited to attend the first meeting of the year for the Bleckley County FFA Chapter on August 19th, 2015. These students participated in volleyball games and played corn hole. Before the activities, the Bleckley County FFA officers welcomed the members and discussed upcoming events in the […]

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FFA Officer Team attends COLT Leadership Camp

  The 2015-2016 Bleckley County FFA officer team participated in a leadership retreat on July 22-25, 2015. The retreat was organized by FFA advisors Walt Parks and Doyle Floyd and took place at the FFA/FCCLA Camp in Covington, GA. The 2015-2016 officer team includes Cooper Felkins (President), Henry Richardson (Vice-President), LeAnn Hearn (Secretary), Tucker Felkins […]

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Floral Design Workshop 2015

Bleckley County FFA member Hadden Powell recently attended the statewide FFA Floral Design Career Development Event training held at the GA FFA/ FCCLA Center. This two day training held on August 15 – 16, 2015 was developed specifically for FFA members and FFA Advisors to strengthen their floral design skills as well as build confidence […]

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Trip to Sunbelt Ag Expo

Bleckley County FFA members who sold 15 cases of drinks during the last fundraiser were able to go to the Sunbelt Ag Expo in Moultrie, GA. The Sunbelt Ag Expo shows¬†all segments of rural living from research to education and almost every type of farm equipment imaginable. ¬†Members had a lot of fun looking at […]

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