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Animal pharmaceutical company supports FFA
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Meredith Phillips and Alicia Cook (second from right and far right) with South Carolina Equine Associates (SCEA) present a certificate representing a financial donation to the Applied Technology Education Center (ATEC) to student Taylor Thompson. Others looking on are (from left) ATEC Agriculture teacher and Future Farmers of America advisor Katie Gilson; the SCEAs Sheryl Shumate; and ATEC students Duncan Gillis, Camri Thompson, Luke Pruitt, Matthew Stokes and Jordan Atkinson. - photo by Gary Phillips
Two Kershaw County chapters of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) are benefiting from the generosity of animal pharmaceutical company Zoetis, which is the animal medications division of Pfizer. The FFA programs at the Applied Technology Education Campus (ATEC) and North Central High School were chosen as this year’s recipients. The choices were made by the South Carolina Equine Associates (SCEA) in Camden.