Ware County Middle School FFA members have been working hard on SAE Mini Booths for the Okefenokee Fair. After choosing an agriculture-related SAE project as part of the FFA program, students must research the topic and put together an exhibit, which is displayed during the Okefenokee Fair. Twenty WCMS FFA members completed SAE Mini Booths this year. Each one of the projects took home a first place.
Alexis H. chose pumpkins as her SAE project for the second year in a row. She won Grand Champion this year in the Jr. Division of the Okefenokee Fair Mini Booth contest.
Additionally, the Ware County Middle FFA Educational Booth received 2nd place in its division. Please stop by the booth at the fair and learn more about "Healthy Soil."
Pictured (back row, left to right) Tyler, Jordan, Logan, Emma, Madelyn, Nicholas; (middle row) Mathew, Austin, Kyla, Reagan, Hanna, Austin; (bottom row) Caleb, Caden, Jonathan, Alexis, Madison, Lilly, and Lana.
WCMS's FFA advisor is Cherry Henderson, and Dr. Darlene Tanner is principal.