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State convention

Nine students from Gloucester High School’s Future Farmers of America program recently attended the 97th annual Virginia State FFA Convention in Blacksburg. Zoey Berezansky, Natalie Walke, Savanna Harris and Skylar Klaiss competed in the veterinary science contest and Klaiss and Abby Brown assisted in running the floriculture contest. The chapter was awarded a National Chapter award for an excellent program of activities. The floriculture team, which consisted of Ailin Harpole, Emma Lynch, Hailey Ware and Eliza Felder, competed as well, earning second place in the state. These students will represent Virginia in the floriculture contest at The Big E in September. Harpole also placed first in the floriculture contest. Pictured, from left, are students Ware, Lynch, Walke, Berezansky, advisor Renee Hypes, students Brown, Harris, Felder, Klaiss and Harpole.

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