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A crowd attended the annual Central High FFA labor auction last week with More than 250 supporters of the Central High FFA program attended the annual labor auction, a fundraiser for the chapter.
The high seller for the night was chapter President Deekota Williams fetching a nice $1,200 after the bidding was stopped. Sixty-three FFA members, as well as cakes and pies were auctioned with a grand total of $20,000 being raised for the support of activities for the FFA chapter.
The FFA chapter said they appreciate the wonderful support of the community.
The second high selling FFA member was Brooke Cox. She and Williams joined Ron Curry, ag advisor, for a whipped cream pie in the face moment at the end of the sale.
Before the sale, 15 Central High FFA members were recognized as members of the $1,000 dollar meat sales club and were presented a plaque for their efforts.
They were: Brooke Cox, Maverick Williams, Peyton Baker, Lindsey Harris, Taylor Tugmon, Jordan Martin, Brianne Dougherty Chelsea Nunley, Cody Fishgrab, Thomas Hoover, Dalton Davis, Kaylin Parker, Derek Davis, Keena Huffman and Madison Davis.
The High Meat salesman was Brooke Cox with Maverick Williams second. The FFA chapter sold more than 3,100 sticks of sausage this fall.