, Muskogee, OK

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June 30, 2013

Warner FFA’s field trip helps storm-hit farmers

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Warner Public Schools FFA students work in El Reno helping wheat farmers clean up fields so they can harvest the wheat. A total of 32 people — 26 students and six adults — made the trip Wednesday. FFA Adviser Ira Jackson said students chose the trip as one of their community service projects. Students picked up lumber, tin, siding and other debris that littered wheat fields.

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