December 8, members and guests gathered at the Fredericktown Agriculture Department’s shop to celebrate the annual FFA Barnwarmin'.
The FFA Barnwarmin' is one of the oldest and most traditional high school events held each year and dates back to the 1930s. The local FFA members enjoyed dancing and games.
The evening’s events included music, provided by Vince Grieshaber, dancing, and games. Nearly 75 people attended the event and fun was had by all. The awards presented at the end of the dance included: “Life of the party” won by Johnee Hargis, and “Best Dancer” won by Libby Mooney.
The main recognition of the evening’s event was the crowning of the FFA Barnwarmin' Queen and King. Candidates were freshmen: Laci Francis and Jacob Allgier, sophomores: Caty Harris and Zack Link, juniors: Nicole Lawrence and Mitchell Tuller, seniors: Sara White and Carson Stevens. The 2017 Barnwarmin' Queen and King are Nicole Lawrence and Mitchell Tuller. The Barnwarmin' was enjoyed by all the members who attended.