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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Milton-Union National FFA Organization held events all week in recognition of National FFA Week. Chapter Secretary Abby Hissong tosses a pie in the face of Milton-Union High School Assistant Principal Jessica Wenig Friday at the school. Milton-Union students donated money during lunch throughout the week using five jars — each reflecting staff members who volunteered to get a pie in the face once the jars were counted. Two of the five jars collected the same amount of money following the drive. All proceeds will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Milton-Union High School Spanish instructor Ana Trimble reacts after getting a pie in the face from National FFA Organization Chapter Vice President Kassidy Thompson on Friday at the school. According to Milton-Union and MVCTC National FFA Organization adviser Betsy Martin, the school has held activities during the week to recognize National FFA Week.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Milton-Union National FFA Organization held events all week in recognition of National FFA Week. Chapter Secretary Abby Hissong tosses a pie in the face of Milton-Union High School Assistant Principal Jessica Wenig Friday at the school. Milton-Union students donated money during lunch throughout the week using five jars — each reflecting staff members who volunteered to get a pie in the face once the jars were counted. Two of the five jars collected the same amount of money following the drive. All proceeds will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Milton-Union High School Spanish instructor Ana Trimble reacts after getting a pie in the face from National FFA Organization Chapter Vice President Kassidy Thompson on Friday at the school. According to Milton-Union and MVCTC National FFA Organization adviser Betsy Martin, the school has held activities during the week to recognize National FFA Week.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Milton-Union National FFA Organization held events all week in recognition of National FFA Week. Chapter Secretary Abby Hissong tosses a pie in the face of Milton-Union High School Assistant Principal Jessica Wenig Friday at the school. Milton-Union students donated money during lunch throughout the week using five jars — each reflecting staff members who volunteered to get a pie in the face once the jars were counted. Two of the five jars collected the same amount of money following the drive. All proceeds will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_160226aDw_MU_pie_3085.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Milton-Union National FFA Organization held events all week in recognition of National FFA Week. Chapter Secretary Abby Hissong tosses a pie in the face of Milton-Union High School Assistant Principal Jessica Wenig Friday at the school. Milton-Union students donated money during lunch throughout the week using five jars — each reflecting staff members who volunteered to get a pie in the face once the jars were counted. Two of the five jars collected the same amount of money following the drive. All proceeds will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Milton-Union High School Spanish instructor Ana Trimble reacts after getting a pie in the face from National FFA Organization Chapter Vice President Kassidy Thompson on Friday at the school. According to Milton-Union and MVCTC National FFA Organization adviser Betsy Martin, the school has held activities during the week to recognize National FFA Week.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_160226aDw_MU_pie_3079.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Milton-Union High School Spanish instructor Ana Trimble reacts after getting a pie in the face from National FFA Organization Chapter Vice President Kassidy Thompson on Friday at the school. According to Milton-Union and MVCTC National FFA Organization adviser Betsy Martin, the school has held activities during the week to recognize National FFA Week.
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