MHS students show at Columbia County Fair

Sarah Nguyen, Senior Journalist

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The lights of the bright carousel and the smell of funnel cakes and blooming onions fill the air as fair season comes around. This year marked the 80th anniversary of the Columbia County Fair, and the students of MHS made the best of it. The livestock show featured many MHS FFA members. Carlin Whaley won first in her title for her cow on Tuesday night, followed by Anna Starr, who won overall grand prize for her pig on Wednesday night. Hunter Nix and Raegan Nix won first for their pigs, and Reece McDonald won 2nd place for her lamb. When asked about her experience, FFA Vice President Brenna Leggett said, ” I love showing, but it’s my last year, and it’s really bittersweet that it’s all ending.” Anna Starr will be going to the State Fair to show her grand prize winning pig.

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