Owasso FFA to Host "Let's E.A.T" Event to Enhance Agricultural Literacy in Their CommunityTue, 13 Sep 2016 16:55:50 CDT
The Owasso FFA Chapter announced Tuesday that it will be hosting its inaugural agricultural literacy event next month in October. The event, being called “Let’s E.A.T.” Experience Agriculture Today - is an educational opportunity for families and citizens of all ages designed to enhance agricultural literacy in Owasso and the surrounding community, according to Owasso FFA Advisor Jonathan Holloway.
The members and advisors of the FFA chapter, who are organizing the entire event, hope representatives from all Oklahoma agriculture commodity groups, organizations and area agribusinesses will join them for the opportunity to share the agriculture industry’s story to a largely uniformed and disconnected urban population.
The event will take place on the nine acre Owasso FFA Agriculture Education Facility, located adjacent to the Owasso High School. The event will be open to the public, free of charge. Exhibitors of all agricultural sectors are invited to attend with a booth, games and activities, and educational literature or handouts - also free of charge. Be sure to take a guided tour of the facilities from the local FFA members, too. The well-known agriculture advocate, Trent Loos, will also be in attendance, broadcasting his radio show live and on location to a million listeners nationwide.
Mark Your Calendars Today!
“Let’s E.A.T.” Experience Agriculture Today, hosted by Owasso FFA Chapter
October 15, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Owasso Agriculture Education Facility
No Charge for Entry / No Charge for Exhibit Space
For more information or to request a booth registration form, contact:
Jonathan Holloway - 580-434-2919 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Nemecek - 918-640-3315
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