FFA helps Scouts

Published: Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 4:17 p.m. CDT
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On Sunday, Nov. 4, Boy Scouts in Wolf Den 1 of Cub Scout Pack 117 earned their plant badges with the help of members of the Genoa-Kingston FFA. FFA members taught the boys about plants and how to make them grow, then the Scouts planted hollyhocks, soybeans, spider plants and aloe vera in the G-K High School greenhouse. Left side front row, from left, Scouts Asa Andrews and Clay Sanders. Left side back row, from left, FFA members Kristin Bussen, Emerald Sanders, Megan McCausland and Abby Knapek. Right side front row, from left, Scouts Maddox Lavender and Logan Jackson. Right side back row, from left, FFA members Shannon Schumacher, Krista Johnson and Karli Lancaste.

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