Westminster High School Future Farmers of America (FFA)
members and agriculture students put on their annual Fall Festival on October
The festival, held each year in October, is one of WHS FFA's
biggest fundraisers. The students staff carnival games booths, food
booths and a petting zoo. They host tours of the farm facility and sell pumpkins
they have planted, tended and harvested.
|Freshman Ricardo Cervantez.|
Freshman and first-year FFA member Ricardo Cervantez, was in
charge of the petting zoo that consisted of goats, sheep and numerous rabbits that
attendees could pet or hold. Ricardo's life goal is to become a veterinarian so
he knew that being part of FFA and working with animals was a huge opportunity
Over 100 pumpkins were sold during the festival. Agromin is
proud to say it is a sponsor of the school's FFA program. Congratulations WHS
FFA on a successful event!
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