FFA Week 2016 Day 4

The Cashton FFA hosted its annual FFA week Brat Sale on Thursday of FFA week. FFA members grilled hamburgers and bratwurst for middle school and high school lunches. The Brat Sale is a fundraiser for the week’s activities and is the end result of the Food Products and Processing class’s brat processing unit. During the sale the student body was given tickets to vote for teachers to kiss the mystery animal, a middle school student to wear a pig costume, and two high school students to be the farmer and cow of FFA Week. This year’s nominees for the kiss the mystery animal were Mr. Hanley, Mr. Kohl, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Zellner, and Mrs. VonRuden. Middle school student nominees for the pig costume were Paige H., Logan P., Phillip B., Bonita H., Kenny L., and Alannah K. The high school student nominees for farmer and cow of FFA Week were Kiana E., Nick L., Taylor F., Ben W., Bre H., Brandon K., Alyssa V., and Donnivan H.

The winner of the pig costume is Phillip B.

The winners of the FFA Week Farmer and Cow are Ben W. (farmer) and Nick L. (Cow).

The teacher selected to kiss the mystery animal will be revealed at the FFA assembly on Friday.

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2015 Plant Sale

The Cashton FFA is holding its annual plant sale this week May 4th – May 10th. Annuals, vegetables, hanging baskets, and more will be on sale. The plant sale will be open on weekdays from 3:30pm – 6:00pm and on the weekend from 8:00am – 3:00pm. The plant sale features an Open House of the new Agriculture Addition. A Brat Sale will be held on Saturday May 9th from 11:00am – 1:00pm during the sale. Come out and support the Cashton FFA!

Cashton FFA Pancake Breakfast

On Sunday, March 1st, the Cashton FFA Chapter hosted our annual Cashton FFA Pancake Breakfast to kick off our FFA week. We usually have the breakfast in our cafeteria, but this year, we served in our new Ag Shop and Room facilities to allow people to observe the new area we will be working and learning in. We served pancakes, hash browns, and sausages as well as offered juice, coffee, and milk. The officers and some members cooked and served all of the food. We had an excellent turn out! About 200 people attended which is one of the biggest breakfast’s we’ve ever served. We can’t wait to see what the rest of FFA week will bring us.

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