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Junior Aggie Day Brings Area FFA Members to Campus

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Nearly 270 eighth through tenth grade students from schools across Oklahoma recently competed in the Connors State College Jr. Aggie Day. Jr. Aggie Day offers an opportunity for high school ag students to hone their skills and compete in a variety of competitions.

“The high school students did very well,” said Debbie Golden, coordinator for the event. “Jr. Aggie Day provides a great opportunity to encourage their ag activities and to show them our campus and let them interact with our ag instructors.”

Students competed in an Opening Ceremonies Contest, FFA Knowledge Quiz Bowl, Animal Science Quiz Bowl, Green Hand Written Quiz, Parliamentary Procedure and Equine Evaluation. Individual and/or teams were awarded in each category.

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