Local News November 5, 2014 chris 0 Farm City Week Ag in the Classroom 0 0 0 00 0 0 more Farm City Week Ag in the Classroom November 5, 2014 chris now playing Heavy Rains Slam South, Cause Major Flooding In New Orleans November 5, 2014 chris now playing Cost Of Living: Soaring Healthcare Costs Causing Crisis November 5, 2014 chris now playing Inflammation After Exercising May Play A Roll In Slowing Down Cancer Growth November 5, 2014 chris Police seek help in identifying West Point armed robbery suspect November 5, 2014 chris Humor Lack of Appreciation For Those Who Serve By Bill Frazer November 5, 2014 chris Robbery suspect arrested in Huntsville November 5, 2014 chris Fun Walk raises $17k for Valley Haven November 5, 2014 chris Thursday storms largely spare Chambers, neighbors hit hard November 5, 2014 chris now playing Counties Across U.S. Remind Drivers to Share the Road with Farmers November 5, 2014 chris now playing Alabama Archives: Protecting Your Family Records From High Temperatures And Humidity November 5, 2014 chris As part of Farm City Week events in Chambers County, an Ag in the Classroom workshop was held last week for all area first grade teachers. The workshop was led by Farm City Committee member Mary Helen Benford, with assistance from Chambers County Board of Education members Mary Terry and Judy LaFollette, Farm City Committee member Lillian Slay, and Harriet Jones. Teachers participating learned many arts and crafts ideas with agricultural themes to help their students better understand the importance of farming. Teachers taking part were Deanna Fuller, Five Points; Utopia Echols, Huguley; Dana Elliott, Huguley; Ashley Jennings, Huguley; Diana Catrett, Fairfax; Melissa Pritchett, Fairfax; Kathryn Garmon, Langdale; Kelli Cotney, Huguley; Misty Letson, Fairfax; Lindsey Ennis, Shawmut; Norma Hyde, Chambers Academy; Susan Roughton, Eastside; Lera Grubbs, LaFayette-Lanier; Melinda Johnson, Shawmut; Karin Hill, Springwood School; and Brittany Melton, Eastside. No related posts. 0 00 0 0 previous Voters head to polls for general election Tuesday next Chambers County voters show support for incumbents chris Related Posts Fun Walk raises $17k for Valley Haven April 25, 2019 The LaFayette Sun 0 eamc receives Women’s choice Award March 29, 2019 The LaFayette Sun 0 Eighty Special Olympians compete in Valley March 29, 2019 The LaFayette Sun 0 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.