Brigette Carlyle speaks to students from Snively Elementary School Thursday at the Polk County Agri-Fest as Earlow Constine sits on his horse.
PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW
David Schiable talks to fourth graders from Ridgeview Academy Thursday at the Polk County Agri-Fest about horticulture. The students planted seeds and took them back to school at this workshop.
Delilah Martinez was the 80,000th visitor to the annual Agri-Fest (in the 25 years, that is, not this year) and won a basket full of goodies for it. From left here is Donna Thompson, teacher at Palmetto Elementary; Martinez, a fourth grader at Palmetto Elementary and Jim Johnson, public affairs coordinator at The Mosaic Co.
PHOTO BY CHRISTINE ROSLOW
The hands were reaching in to feel the growth on the plant at the horticulture display at Agri-Fest. Floral Avenue Elementary students, from left are Jonathon Tuck, Cheyanne Pitts, Dylan Barwick and Alex Meeks.
By JEFF ROSLOW
Male calves have no name but female calves do.
On Wednesday, students from Snively Elementary in Winter Haven weren’t entirely sure of the answer to the question.
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