Hillsboro FFA officers attend retreat


Grove City is where the new 2017-18 Hillsboro FFA officer team went to go canoeing for their officer retreat. On May 30 they did teamwork activities then set goals for the year. On May 31 they answered a few questions about how they should work together. They also went to Trapper John’s to go canoeing for team bonding. One of the events the officers started working on was the July meeting. They also started working on a cornhole tournament and beginning of the school year events. Breanne Fender, the Hillsboro FFA president said, “The officer retreat was a great opportunity to bond as a team as well as set goals for the chapter and begin working on upcoming FFA events.” Pictured, from left, are Grant Crum, Pyper Ross, Brittany Rhoads, Kennedi Claycomb, Kirsten Harp, Lana Grover, Breanne Fender, Jordan Williamson, Taylor Chaney and Larkyn Parry.


Grove City is where the new 2017-18 Hillsboro FFA officer team went to go canoeing for their officer retreat. On May 30 they did teamwork activities then set goals for the year. On May 31 they answered a few questions about how they should work together. They also went to Trapper John’s to go canoeing for team bonding. One of the events the officers started working on was the July meeting. They also started working on a cornhole tournament and beginning of the school year events. Breanne Fender, the Hillsboro FFA president said, “The officer retreat was a great opportunity to bond as a team as well as set goals for the chapter and begin working on upcoming FFA events.” Pictured, from left, are Grant Crum, Pyper Ross, Brittany Rhoads, Kennedi Claycomb, Kirsten Harp, Lana Grover, Breanne Fender, Jordan Williamson, Taylor Chaney and Larkyn Parry.

Grove City is where the new 2017-18 Hillsboro FFA officer team went to go canoeing for their officer retreat. On May 30 they did teamwork activities then set goals for the year. On May 31 they answered a few questions about how they should work together. They also went to Trapper John’s to go canoeing for team bonding. One of the events the officers started working on was the July meeting. They also started working on a cornhole tournament and beginning of the school year events. Breanne Fender, the Hillsboro FFA president said, “The officer retreat was a great opportunity to bond as a team as well as set goals for the chapter and begin working on upcoming FFA events.” Pictured, from left, are Grant Crum, Pyper Ross, Brittany Rhoads, Kennedi Claycomb, Kirsten Harp, Lana Grover, Breanne Fender, Jordan Williamson, Taylor Chaney and Larkyn Parry.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/06/web1_Officer-Retreat.jpgGrove City is where the new 2017-18 Hillsboro FFA officer team went to go canoeing for their officer retreat. On May 30 they did teamwork activities then set goals for the year. On May 31 they answered a few questions about how they should work together. They also went to Trapper John’s to go canoeing for team bonding. One of the events the officers started working on was the July meeting. They also started working on a cornhole tournament and beginning of the school year events. Breanne Fender, the Hillsboro FFA president said, “The officer retreat was a great opportunity to bond as a team as well as set goals for the chapter and begin working on upcoming FFA events.” Pictured, from left, are Grant Crum, Pyper Ross, Brittany Rhoads, Kennedi Claycomb, Kirsten Harp, Lana Grover, Breanne Fender, Jordan Williamson, Taylor Chaney and Larkyn Parry.