County students Caleb Jordan, Brantlee Gerald, Samantha Mishoe and Zachary Campbell (L to R) were among forty rising high school juniors and seniors from across South Carolina who participated in the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation’s (SCFB) 2017 Youth Leadership Conference at Newberry College June 11-14 where students gained valuable leadership skills and a better understanding of SC agriculture.
County students Caleb Jordan, Brantlee Gerald, Samantha Mishoe and Zachary Campbell (L to R) were among forty rising high school juniors and seniors from across South Carolina who participated in the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation’s (SCFB) 2017 Youth Leadership Conference at Newberry College June 11-14 where students gained valuable leadership skills and a better understanding of SC agriculture.
County students Caleb Jordan, Brantlee Gerald, Samantha Mishoe and Zachary Campbell (L to R) were among forty rising high school juniors and seniors from across South Carolina who participated in the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation’s (SCFB) 2017 Youth Leadership Conference at Newberry College June 11-14 where students gained valuable leadership skills and a better understanding of SC agriculture.

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July 05, 2017 5:00 AM

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