Highland County FFA members attend Ag is Everyone’s Business


On Friday, Feb. 8, members of the Fairfield FFA spent the morning at Southern State Community College helping at the Highland County Chamber of Commerce Ag is Everyone’s Business event. The students helped sit guests, serve drinks, clean tables and cleaned up after the event. Guests heard from speaker Mark Gold from Top Third Ag Marketing. He spoke on how to survive and thrive during 2019 in the agriculture industry. Farmers and sponsors from all over the community gathered together for this event and it was a great turnout. Highland County FFA members who attended the event are pictured with Mark Gold.

On Friday, Feb. 8, members of the Fairfield FFA spent the morning at Southern State Community College helping at the Highland County Chamber of Commerce Ag is Everyone’s Business event. The students helped sit guests, serve drinks, clean tables and cleaned up after the event. Guests heard from speaker Mark Gold from Top Third Ag Marketing. He spoke on how to survive and thrive during 2019 in the agriculture industry. Farmers and sponsors from all over the community gathered together for this event and it was a great turnout. Highland County FFA members who attended the event are pictured with Mark Gold.


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Pictured, from left, are Fairfield FFA members, Alexis Tompkins, Paige Teeters, Rachel Schuler and Bre Flint.


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On Friday, Feb. 8, members of the Fairfield FFA spent the morning at Southern State Community College helping at the Highland County Chamber of Commerce Ag is Everyone’s Business event. The students helped sit guests, serve drinks, clean tables and cleaned up after the event. Guests heard from speaker Mark Gold from Top Third Ag Marketing. He spoke on how to survive and thrive during 2019 in the agriculture industry. Farmers and sponsors from all over the community gathered together for this event and it was a great turnout. Highland County FFA members who attended the event are pictured with Mark Gold.

Pictured, from left, are Fairfield FFA members, Alexis Tompkins, Paige Teeters, Rachel Schuler and Bre Flint.

On Friday, Feb. 8, members of the Fairfield FFA spent the morning at Southern State Community College helping at the Highland County Chamber of Commerce Ag is Everyone’s Business event. The students helped sit guests, serve drinks, clean tables and cleaned up after the event. Guests heard from speaker Mark Gold from Top Third Ag Marketing. He spoke on how to survive and thrive during 2019 in the agriculture industry. Farmers and sponsors from all over the community gathered together for this event and it was a great turnout. Highland County FFA members who attended the event are pictured with Mark Gold.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/02/web1_Fairfiel-FFA.jpgOn Friday, Feb. 8, members of the Fairfield FFA spent the morning at Southern State Community College helping at the Highland County Chamber of Commerce Ag is Everyone’s Business event. The students helped sit guests, serve drinks, clean tables and cleaned up after the event. Guests heard from speaker Mark Gold from Top Third Ag Marketing. He spoke on how to survive and thrive during 2019 in the agriculture industry. Farmers and sponsors from all over the community gathered together for this event and it was a great turnout. Highland County FFA members who attended the event are pictured with Mark Gold. Submitted photo

Pictured, from left, are Fairfield FFA members, Alexis Tompkins, Paige Teeters, Rachel Schuler and Bre Flint.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/02/web1_Fairfield-FFA-pic-2.jpgPictured, from left, are Fairfield FFA members, Alexis Tompkins, Paige Teeters, Rachel Schuler and Bre Flint. Submitted photo