Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First


More Than 250 Attend Labor Auction & Banquet, Buy Services Of 32 FFA Members

On Saturday evening the Kimball FFA hosted its annual labor auction along with the FFA Alumni sponsoring the meal and other events.

According to FFA instructor Emily Sowards, more than 250 people took advantage of the event.

Thirty-two students were auctioned off for eight hours of work each. The top selling students were Dakota Vrbas for $1,500 and Julia Winstrom reeling in $1,300.

All the money remains in the FFA chapter. The students receive the benefits in the form of scholarships, contest entries, trip payments, state convention, judging contests and nationals.

In addition, Kimball Public...

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