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From Left to Right: Senior Livestock Princess Gabby McConnell, River Valley FFA Chapter Secretary Caleb McKnight, $50 prize winner Jordan Johnson, River Valley FFA Chapter Sentinel Jake Edwards, Livestock Queen First Runner-up Alliva Runyon.

From Left to Right: Senior Livestock Princess Gabby McConnell, River Valley FFA Chapter Secretary Caleb McKnight, $50 prize winner Jordan Johnson, River Valley FFA Chapter Sentinel Jake Edwards, Livestock Queen First Runner-up Alliva Runyon.


Courtesy|Skylar Jones

The Gallia County Jr. Fair is a huge opportunity for young individuals to work hard and also have fun for a week, while enjoying time with friends and family.

The River Valley FFA chapter sponsored a few banners and awards in the market and breeding cattle shows. Jordan Johnson won the chapter’s $50 cash award for the highest placing born and raised female cattle. River Valley FFA chapter sponsored Grand and also Reserve champion banners in breeding beef, also won by The Johnson Family.

Submitted by Skylar Jones, RVHS FFA Reporter.

From Left to Right: Senior Livestock Princess Gabby McConnell, River Valley FFA Chapter Secretary Caleb McKnight, $50 prize winner Jordan Johnson, River Valley FFA Chapter Sentinel Jake Edwards, Livestock Queen First Runner-up Alliva Runyon.
http://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/09/web1_FFA-sponsor-1.jpgFrom Left to Right: Senior Livestock Princess Gabby McConnell, River Valley FFA Chapter Secretary Caleb McKnight, $50 prize winner Jordan Johnson, River Valley FFA Chapter Sentinel Jake Edwards, Livestock Queen First Runner-up Alliva Runyon. Courtesy|Skylar Jones

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