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The Ohio Hi-Point Kenton FFA Chapter is proud to announce they have hosted their first Ag Awareness event at the Mary Lou Johnson Library on Wed., June 6th.
Students met with Morgan Houser, OHP Kenton FFA Chapter Vice-President as she shared her horse, Cookie. She taught local kids and parents about her horse, how she cares for it daily, what she feeds it and how she shows it.
Students enjoyed eating apples and carrots and drinking water, as this is a diet that Cookie could also partake of. Students also enjoyed learning about Morganís Horse Trailer and its many storage compartments, they learned about tack, what costumes she has for the horse, as well as what show clothes she keeps in her trailer, for herself.
Morgan has raised horses for many years. She enjoys showing in pleasure and English classes and her horse Cookie has ran barrels before. Morgan most recently competed at the All American Youth Horse Show, held in Columbus, in May. T
The OHP Kenton FFA is hosting Wonderful Wednesdays at the Mary Lou Johnson Library throughout the month of June. All Chilren are welcome to join them to learn about horses, sheep, cows and honey. FFA members will be bringing their Livestock Projects, sharing their personal Agriculture Story, enjoying a snack and reading a few library books each Wednesday at 1 p.m.
The Ag Awareness event is open to anyone in the community who would like to meet young farmers in our community & hear them share their story.
Wonderful Wednesdays will be offered in July by the Hardin Co. Historical Museums at the farm museum for children ages 8 to 12. Members can register to plant a flower garden, tie die a t-shirt, or learn about pioneer recycling.
Please contact Linda Iams at the museum at 1-419-673-7147, for more information.