The high school FFA held their annual Fall Festival for elementary school students.
Students in grades K - 3 passed by a combine tractor as they made their way to the high school Ag room where the fall activities were held.
FFA members organized the event with the help of their advisor Mrs. Hungerford.
The FFA members led all of the events. They picked apples and pumpkins from the FFA land lab, made apple cider, served donuts and educated students about the life cycle of pumpkins.
Due to the rain, the corn maze had to be postponed, but everyone still had a great time at the festival.
Children could paint a pumpkin with the help of FFA members.
Once these brightly colored pumpkins dry, FFA members will deliver them to the elementary school where students can take their pumpkins home to enjoy.
Students learned about the life cycle of a pumpkin and drew what they learned on paper plates.
Enjoying donuts and cider.
FFA member showed students how apple cider is pressed. They used apples from the FFA Land Lab.