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Clarkston FFA "Stock the Trailer" Event (Photo) - 11/07/17

Clarkston, WA - The Clarkston FFA Chapter will be holding their fourth annual "Stock the Trailer" event Saturday, November 18th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Clarkston Walmart parking lot located at 306 5th Street.

Students will be collecting nonperishable food products and personal care items for the Asotin County Food Bank. Their goal is to fill their 12 foot stock trailer to help local families during the holiday season.

"Local youth helping local families."

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FFA Toy Drive
FFA Toy Drive
Clarkston FFA Foster Kids Toy Drive (Photo) - 10/30/17

Clarkston, WA - Clarkston High School FFA will be conducting a Foster Kids Toy Drive November 6th through November 18th. Donated items will help benefit foster kids in our local area.

FFA will be collecting new toys, gifts, and gift cards for girls and boys ranging from newborns to age 17. Items can be dropped off at the Clarkston High School library or in the Ag room between 8:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please do not wrap gifts, however, gift bags or wrapping paper would be gladly accepted.

"Help us bring a smile on Christmas to a child in need".

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Clarkston DECA 4th Grade Entrepreneurship Conference (Photo) - 10/26/17

Clarkston, WA - On the morning of Thursday, November 2nd, over two hundred 4th grade students from the Clarkston School District and Cornerstone Christian School will be attending the 17th annual Entrepreneurship Development Conference. This event, hosted by Clarkston DECA, will take place at the Clarkston High School Auditorium, and is open to the public. The conference is designed to teach the 4th grade students about entrepreneurship, running a business, and the importance of the free enterprise system.

Prior to the conference, Clarkston DECA members worked with the 4th grade students and helped them design their own business to hypothetically open. The 4th grade students worked with partners or by themselves and were assisted by teachers, parents, and DECA chapter members. Alyssa Johnston, Eva Millan, and Jake O'Shaughnessy are the coordinators of this event.

Selected business plans that students have created will be awarded with titles such as: Most Creative, Most Likely to Succeed, Most Needed in the Valley, etc. All students will receive a certificate for completing a business project and students with awarded business plans will receive a medal. At the conference, 4th grade student and DECA members will attend four business workshops hosted by local entrepreneurs.

Parents, family members, and members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend the conference.

November 2nd Agenda

Opening: 9:15-9:30

9:35 - 9:50 - Nelly Broadcasting
9:55 -- 10:10 - School of Flyentology
10:15 - 10:30 - Living Waters Landscaping
10:35 - 10:50 - Lularoe Shelby Smith
10:55-11:15 Awards

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Former Clarkston High School students to be awarded an American FFA Degree (Photo) - 10/23/17

Clarkston, WA - Former Clarkston High School students, Keaton Brenner and Mikalah Marbach, will be attending the FFA National Convention in Indianapolis on October 28th to receive their American FFA Degree.

The American FFA Degree is awarded at the National FFA Convention each year to less than 1% of FFA members, making it one of the highest honors. Keaton Brenner and Mikalah Marbach have demonstrated the highest level of commitment to FFA and made significant accomplishments in their Supervised Agricultural Experiences and will join the select few in obtaining this degree. To learn more about the eligibility requirements go to

Brenner and Marbach both had Market Beef Supervised Agricultural Experience projects while attending Clarkston High School under the direction of Cami Browne, Agriculture Education Advisor. Brenner is seeking a pre-veterinary major at Washington State University and Marbach is studying equine science at Colorado State.

A total of 39 students in the State of Washington will join Brenner and Marbach in receiving their award at the National FFA Convention this month. Congratulations to these two students on their outstanding accomplishment!

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