Moultrie Observer


February 17, 2012

C.A. Gray floriculture team competes

MOULTRIE — The C.A. Gray FFA Floriculture Team recently competed in the State FFA Floriculture Career Development Event where they placed 12th in the Junior Competition. The event was held at Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley on Feb. 4. The team members identified floriculture and bedding plant materials and took a test on general horticulture knowledge.  From left are Cody Williams, Haley Hendrixson, K-Tarian Bigelow, and Zack Hall.

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