Ohio’s FFA President Aubrey Schwartz (left) came into the classroom of the Mowrystown FFA, which said in a news release that it would like to thank Schwartz for all the fun actives and lessons that she provided. She is pictured with Mowrystown FFA member Brooklyn Campbell.
Winter has many birds searching for food. Lend a helping hand by starting, continuing, or expanding your bird-feeding efforts.
Representative Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) has announced upcoming mobile office hours for the week of Jan. 30. Field staff will be present to take questions from constituents of Ohio’s 2nd District.
Whether you want to create a tropical oasis indoors or dress up your décor, plants are the answer. A few plants set on the floor, hanging from the ceiling, or displayed on a table can beautify any room, boost your mood, and reduce stress.
The McClain FFA joined 70,000 other FFA members in Indianapolis, Indiana recently for the highly anticipated National FFA Convention. Members look forward to this trip and the gathering of FFA members for months, and McClain FFA had a jam-packed trip.
Twenty-six Hillsboro FFA members attended the Ohio FFA Leadership Night hosted by the Eastern Browns FFA Chapter, as well as other chapters within District 9, on Nov. 15.
McClain FFA took 26 students shopping for kids in the community on Dec. 4. There were an overflowing amount of students who wanted to participate in the community service activity. The members went shopping in Chillicothe searching for possible gifts for children in need in the local community. The McClain FFA sponsored a variety of presents for 12 teenagers, both boys and girls. McClain annually partners with the Greenfield Area Christian Center to go shopping and donate for any kid in need.
Start your New Year with a bit of luck and nutritious eating. Try a few of these food-related traditions and then plan on growing a few of your own to enjoy.
Nothing says the holidays like a poinsettia. This year, try some new ways to display this festive plant.
The hunt for the perfect tree is oftentimes an important part of family tradition. Buy local whenever possible by supporting local Christmas tree growers. Purchasing locally grown trees also reduces the risk of spreading unwanted pests into your landscape. Your local University Extension Service and Department of Natural Resources provide updates on any threats.