Students Get to Work

Brooklyn Hargis, Staff Writer

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On November 10, FFA students met at the ag barn for their annual clean-up day. For the past three years, the Dillingers have taken one day out of the year to dedicate it to cleaning up the farm.

In just one day, the students along with some parents and the Dillingers, took down a whole fence, knocked out a wall, took panels off of three walls, cleared out two rooms full of various materials and cleared the roof of almost 1000 pounds of wood.

The workers came together around 9 o’clock in the morning and finished around 2 o’clock in the afternoon. It was a long, full day of hard work.

The Dillingers’ goal is to make the ag farm clean enough, so they won’t have to have major cleanup days.