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CHS FFA places 2nd at logging rodeo

Kirstin Hylton, a senior at Columbia High School and president of Future Farmers of America, gives it all she can at the Logging Rodeo at Toutle High School last Saturday. The Columbia High School FFA placed second in the competition.

Emily Gehrig
Kirstin Hylton, a senior at Columbia High School and president of Future Farmers of America, gives it all she can at the Logging Rodeo at Toutle High School last Saturday. The Columbia High School FFA placed second in the competition.



The Columbia High School Chapter of the Future Farmers of America got 2nd place in the logging rodeo at Toutle High School over the weekend.

Club members used axes, chainsaws, and two-man saws during the event.



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