Minter shows a turtle
Pike Lake Naturalist Matt Minter shows a painted turtle to a group of students during his presentation at the 17th annual Pike County Farm Bureau Agriculture Awareness Day.
Brandon Greene explains logging and chipping to students at the 17th annual Pike County Farm Bureau Agricultural Awareness Day at the Pike County Fairgrounds.
Students pet dairy calf
A class of third grade students at the 17th annual Pike County Farm Bureau Agriculture Awareness day takes turns petting a Holstein calf. The dairy presentation by Steve Brunner was new to the event this year.
Posted: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 2:39 pm
Updated: 9:46 pm, Tue May 27, 2014.
On Friday, the Pike County Farm Bureau hosted third graders from throughout Pike County for its 17th annual Agricultural Awareness Day, held at the Pike County Fairgrounds.
Third graders from Western, Eastern, Scioto Valley, and Waverly schools were in attendance at this year’s Ag Day, as well as third-grade students from Miracle City Academy, Pike Christian Academy, and Bishop Flaget, for a total of approximately 450 students.
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Tuesday, May 27, 2014 2:39 pm.
Updated: 9:46 pm.