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The Warsaw FFA Chapter participated in the Fall Family Fun Night at Lucerne Park this past Friday evening. Students helped community members interact with the animals they brought, learn a little bit more about agriculture, and handed out gift bags to all the children there. Looks like they had a great turnout and an awesome time!


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Our Warsaw FFA officer team recently published their first newsletter of the year titled, "Chapter Chatter." The first edition is filled with upcoming events & recent happenings and can be found here:

Warsaw FFA Chapter Chatter Volume 1 Issue 1
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Mrs. Kincaid's Landscape Management classes have been working hard to clean up and beautify the courtyard outside the WACC & Art Department. We can't wait to see the finished product! 


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The Warsaw FFA Chapter heldits first meeting of the 2017-2018 school year last night in the Agriculture Department. With over 50 members in attendance, chapter officers led ice breaker games & then hosted a cookout for dinner complete with hot dogs and other goodies. New members were able to learn about all that they can be involved in this year with FFA as well as meet current members. The excitement in the Ag department was overflowing!



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Hello! My name is Julia Kincaid and I am excited to be joining the Warsaw Area Career Center team as an Agriculture instructor.

I grew up in Oklahoma, California, and Missouri but consider Cape Girardeau, Missouri my "hometown."  I have been with the love of my life for 26 years and we have three amazing children and one granddaughter.  

I attended the University of Missouri-Columbia and received my B.S. in Environmental Design, with an emphasis in Residential Design in 1994. I worked as an architectural designer for 6 years before moving to Warsaw and becoming a stay-at-home mom.  Now that my children are older, I am excited to be re-entering the workforce as a teacher of Landscape Management as well as Food Science. 

Over the past seven years, I have created and maintained The Garden of Feedin'. It is a community garden dedicated to teaching people where food comes from and feeding those in need. We use only heirloom seeds to facilitate seed-saving and keep it as organic as possible. 

I have a very spoiled French Angora bunny, named Buttercup, whose fur I spin into yarn to knit into fun creations. 

I am excited about sharing my passion for food and love of nature with my students in hopes of kindling the same passion in my students. 
I am excited to be a member of the WACC team for my first year of teaching and I cannot wait to see where this year goes!

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