Hard Working FFA Students Don’t Take Summers Off

five FFA students, all wearing white, standing in a barn at a fairTomorrow, September 16, the Middleburgh FFA Chapter will meet for the first time this school year. “We will be doing a t-shirt sale this fall as our first fundraiser. Money will be used to help students attend the National FFA Convention,” said FFA Advisor Carmen Fagnani.

Over the summer the FFA remained as busy as ever. Starting in June, five FFA members signed up to show dairy cows over the summer. They met three to five times a week to handle and halter break their cattle.

Their hard work and dedication paid off at the Schoharie County Sunshine Fair. In the dairy handling class at the youth show; Julia Bingham placed 1st, Jackson Hughes-Charboneau placed 2nd, Hailey Disbury placed 3rd, Logan Chichester placed 4th, and Emily Seaman placed 6th.

Pictures from the fair can be accessed in this Google gallery.