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Johnson County Farm Bureau National Agriculture Week Photo Contest

Photos @ Arts Center
The Johnson County Arts Center displays the winning photographs from the Johnson County Farm Bureau’s “What does Agriculture mean to you?” photo contest. Winners are all elementary school students.

In celebration of National Agriculture Week (March 18-24, 2018), the Johnson County Farm Bureau Women held a photo contest encouraging local students in 4th – 12th grades to enter photos with the subject being “What does Agriculture mean to you?” The Farm Bureau Women were pleased with the participation of this contest and would like to recognize several students and their photographs.

The 1st place photo titled, “Majestic Mountain Sunrise” was entered by Jack Csillag, a 4th grade student from Roan Creek Elementary. The 2nd place photo titled, “Not Too Chicken to Do Some Pickin’ “was entered by Gaston Dugger, a 6th grade student from Mountain City Elementary.

The 3rd place photo titled, “In the Woods” was entered by Bridget Masters, a 6th grade student from Roan Creek Elementary. The following students received Honorable Mention: Lexie Proffitt (6th grader from Mountain City Elementary), Erica Hightower (6th grader from Doe Elementary) and Sami Csillag (6th grader from Roan Creek Elementary).

These photos are on display at the Johnson County Center for the Arts. The Farm Bureau Women would like to congratulate these students and encourage the public to stop by the Arts Center to see the photos. Anyone interested in joining Farm Bureau Women may email [email protected] with any questions.