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Graves County High School FFA students share love of agriculture with district second-graders at ‘Cowboy Days’

Graves County High School FFA student Nate Nesler helps Wingo second-grader Samuel Jones learn to lasso at the recent “Cowboy Days.” Each year, Graves High agriculture teacher Richard Horn and his students host second-graders from all seven elementary schools for the event held at the school’s equine facility to introduce them to the joys of agriculture education. Horn said he is proud of his students for their hard work for the event and even moreso for their helpful interaction with the younger students.

Posted Tuesday, September 26, 2017