The Polk County High School FFA Nursery Landscape Team won regional runner up on April 25.  The competition was held at Haywood Community College.  The team qualified for the state finals, which will be held at the NCFFA State Convention in Raleigh on June 19. Team members include: (left to right)Fernando Mondragon, Shalyn Brown, Caleb Brown and Tucker Brandt.  The team was by Silver Creek Landscaping; John Vining, Polk County Cooperative Extension director, and Chauncey Barber, agricultural education instructor. (photos submitted by Chauncey Barber)
The Polk County High School FFA Nursery Landscape Team won regional runner up on April 25. The competition was held at Haywood Community College. The team qualified for the state finals, which will be held at the NCFFA State Convention in Raleigh on June 19. Team members include: (left to right)Fernando Mondragon, Shalyn Brown, Caleb Brown and Tucker Brandt. The team was by Silver Creek Landscaping; John Vining, Polk County Cooperative Extension director, and Chauncey Barber, agricultural education instructor. (photos submitted by Chauncey Barber)

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Polk FFA recent awards

Published 5:08pm Friday, May 24, 2013
The Polk County High School FFA Horticulture Team won the Western Regional Championship on April 25.  The competition was held at  Haywood Community College.  The team will compete for the state championship at the NCFFA State Convention in Raleigh on June 19. Team members include:  (front row) Madison Arrowood, Kayla McEntire, (middle row) Eli Hall, Caitlin Britton, (back) Dylan Weicker, Will Ballard. The team was sponsored by Big Frog Nursery; John Vining, Polk County Cooperative Extension director; and Chauncey Barber, Agricultural Education Instructor.
The Polk County High School FFA Horticulture Team won the Western Regional Championship on April 25. The competition was held at Haywood Community College. The team will compete for the state championship at the NCFFA State Convention in Raleigh on June 19. Team members include: (front row) Madison Arrowood, Kayla McEntire, (middle row) Eli Hall, Caitlin Britton, (back) Dylan Weicker, Will Ballard. The team was sponsored by Big Frog Nursery; John Vining, Polk County Cooperative Extension director; and Chauncey Barber, Agricultural Education Instructor.

 

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