GAHS FFA opens Alumni Building


Gallipolis FFA members dedicated their new Gallipolis FFA Alumni Building behind Gallia Academy High School in Centenary Wednesday evening. Gallipolis City Schools Superintendent Craig Wright, right, addresses the assembled with FFA Alumni Treasurer Tim Massie, left, before the cutting of the ribbon. The building will be dedicated to the storage of FFA equipment and will be utilized as temporary housing for animals to teach students how to judge livestock. Massie said the building was built in part from funds raised by FFA alumni over the past two decades. Other donations were made by the Gallia agricultural community.

Gallipolis FFA members dedicated their new Gallipolis FFA Alumni Building behind Gallia Academy High School in Centenary Wednesday evening. Gallipolis City Schools Superintendent Craig Wright, right, addresses the assembled with FFA Alumni Treasurer Tim Massie, left, before the cutting of the ribbon. The building will be dedicated to the storage of FFA equipment and will be utilized as temporary housing for animals to teach students how to judge livestock. Massie said the building was built in part from funds raised by FFA alumni over the past two decades. Other donations were made by the Gallia agricultural community.


Dean Wright | OVP

Gallipolis FFA members dedicated their new Gallipolis FFA Alumni Building behind Gallia Academy High School in Centenary Wednesday evening. Gallipolis City Schools Superintendent Craig Wright, right, addresses the assembled with FFA Alumni Treasurer Tim Massie, left, before the cutting of the ribbon. The building will be dedicated to the storage of FFA equipment and will be utilized as temporary housing for animals to teach students how to judge livestock. Massie said the building was built in part from funds raised by FFA alumni over the past two decades. Other donations were made by the Gallia agricultural community.

Gallipolis FFA members dedicated their new Gallipolis FFA Alumni Building behind Gallia Academy High School in Centenary Wednesday evening. Gallipolis City Schools Superintendent Craig Wright, right, addresses the assembled with FFA Alumni Treasurer Tim Massie, left, before the cutting of the ribbon. The building will be dedicated to the storage of FFA equipment and will be utilized as temporary housing for animals to teach students how to judge livestock. Massie said the building was built in part from funds raised by FFA alumni over the past two decades. Other donations were made by the Gallia agricultural community.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2018/10/web1_DSC_0714.jpgGallipolis FFA members dedicated their new Gallipolis FFA Alumni Building behind Gallia Academy High School in Centenary Wednesday evening. Gallipolis City Schools Superintendent Craig Wright, right, addresses the assembled with FFA Alumni Treasurer Tim Massie, left, before the cutting of the ribbon. The building will be dedicated to the storage of FFA equipment and will be utilized as temporary housing for animals to teach students how to judge livestock. Massie said the building was built in part from funds raised by FFA alumni over the past two decades. Other donations were made by the Gallia agricultural community. Dean Wright | OVP