Careerline Tech students excel at national competition | Agriculture


From left, Tony McCaul, Annelise Williams, Emilee Vis and Lilly Nyland pose with their award from the National Future Farmers of America Convention.

WEST OLIVE — Students within the Agricultural and Animal Science program at Careerline Tech Center just lately positioned within the high 15 in two current Future Farmers of America (FFA) contests.

The first-ever CTC horse judging crew positioned third out of 38 groups within the Horse Evaluation Career Development Event at the 94th annual National FFA Convention & Expo, held Oct. 27-30 in Indianapolis. That crew consists of Grand Haven High School senior Annelise Williams, Zeeland West High School junior Lilly Nyland, Hudsonville High School senior Emilee Vis and Zeeland West High School senior Zoey Hassevoort.

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