Nashville School Board recognizes the Nashville High School FFA


    JONATHAN CANADAY | Southwest Arkansas Radio
    The Nashville School Board recognized the Nashville High School FFA at Monday’s board meeting. Members of the show team gave a short presentation on how they competed at the district and state levels. Adviser Matthew Mclelland said the students did a great job and brought home several awards. In addition to livestock, at least one student showed goats this year (Barrett Jackson). FFA President Kelsey Hockaday presented a slideshow with photos of the competitions.

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