EC FFA hosts petting zoo


The East Clinton FFA held its annual petting zoo and kids’ corner at the Clinton County Corn Festival Sept. 8-10. The chapter provided multiple crafts each day for kids to enjoy including bird seed sunflowers, paper animals, door hangers, bowl turtles and cup animals. Along with all the crafts, the East Clinton FFA brought a wide variety of farm animals including rabbits, ducks, chickens, goats, sheep, a donkey, two calves, a hog and miniature horses. The chapter thanks everyone involved in making this event a success.


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The East Clinton FFA held its annual petting zoo and kids’ corner at the Clinton County Corn Festival Sept. 8-10. The chapter provided multiple crafts each day for kids to enjoy including bird seed sunflowers, paper animals, door hangers, bowl turtles and cup animals. Along with all the crafts, the East Clinton FFA brought a wide variety of farm animals including rabbits, ducks, chickens, goats, sheep, a donkey, two calves, a hog and miniature horses. The chapter thanks everyone involved in making this event a success.

The East Clinton FFA held its annual petting zoo and kids’ corner at the Clinton County Corn Festival Sept. 8-10. The chapter provided multiple crafts each day for kids to enjoy including bird seed sunflowers, paper animals, door hangers, bowl turtles and cup animals. Along with all the crafts, the East Clinton FFA brought a wide variety of farm animals including rabbits, ducks, chickens, goats, sheep, a donkey, two calves, a hog and miniature horses. The chapter thanks everyone involved in making this event a success.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_41B2AF77-.jpgThe East Clinton FFA held its annual petting zoo and kids’ corner at the Clinton County Corn Festival Sept. 8-10. The chapter provided multiple crafts each day for kids to enjoy including bird seed sunflowers, paper animals, door hangers, bowl turtles and cup animals. Along with all the crafts, the East Clinton FFA brought a wide variety of farm animals including rabbits, ducks, chickens, goats, sheep, a donkey, two calves, a hog and miniature horses. The chapter thanks everyone involved in making this event a success. Courtesy photo