Fannin County High School FFA
Blue Ridge, Ga– __The Fannin County_FFA Alumni Chapter held their annual youth fair on September 30, 2017 at Fannin County High School.
Fannin County students, ages 6-18 participated in livestock competitions for both FFA and 4 H. A total of 28 students participated in showing the following animals: sheep, goats, horses, rabbits, guinea pigs, and poultry. The following students took home grand champion in the following areas: Alexis Ware – sheep and horses, Summer Rogers- goats, Zoe Miller- rabbits and guinea pigs, and Poultry. Reserve grand was Shayelyn Millsaps for sheep, Aaron Walden – goats, Shelby Patterson for horses, Ashley Frye for rabbits, for guinea pigs, and Alexis Ware for poultry.
Class winners in showmanship were
Alexis Ware – sheep
Jayci White – jr goats
Shelby Postell- sr goats
Alexis Ware- horses
Class winners rabbits – buck- Zoe Miller
Does – Ashley Frye
Guinea pig sows – Zoe Miller
Poultry – Grand- Zoe Miller, reserve- Alexis Ware
Listed are all the participants of the youth fair in 4 H – Jayci White, Zoe Miller, Colton Patterson, Keats Miller, Scout Miller, Jordyn Valla, William Valla, Brady Payne, Destiny Tatum, and Moriah Owenby.
FFA- Hannah Cain, Alivia Chancey, Zachary Franklin, Tayelor Long, Kelly Locke, Tommy Ledford, Ashley Frye, Hailee Mealer, Shaelyn Millsaps, Shelby Postell, Asher Patterson, Summer Rogers, Sam Phillips, Bretton Williams, Alexis Ware and Kiaya Jones.
The Fannin County FFA would like to thank Fannin County Farm Bureau, the Fannin County FFA Alumni Chapter and Cohutta County Store for sponsoring the event. A special thanks also goes out to the judges : Keith Panky, Roxanne Young, Brittany Whitener, and Tyler Messer .
The Georgia FFA Association has a membership of more than 37,000, making it the third largest association in the nation. The National FFA Organization, formerly known as the Future Farmers of America, changed its name in 1988 to reflect the growth and diversity of agriculture. The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.
Alexis Ware and her horse
FFA and 4H members exhibiting their goats.
(pictured from left to right: Hailee Mealer, Kelly Locke, Jayci White, Tommy Ledford, Summer Rogers, and Alvia Chancey.)