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Mineral County Technical Center 981 Harley O. Staggers Dr., Keyser, WV 26726            Phone: 304-788-4240            Fax: 304-788-4243
2019 FFA Students help with Stuff the Bus 2019-2020 Mineral County FFA Officers 2019 FFA Students compete in Morgantown WV Sarah Sions, Adam Iser, Katie Miltenberger and Daniel Owens  1st place BeefExpo Team Katie Miltenberger, Frankfort Sophomore was the high scoring individual as well in addition to the Mineral FFA Team having the High Scoring Senior Team overall in the PSC Livestock Evaluation competition. Laicey Dolly, Frankfort Senior and Mineral County Technical Center Agriculture Education Program Completer is presented by Jared Miller  an award for a  Full Year scholarship to WVU's Potomac State College Friday during the PSC Livestock Evaluation Contest . 2019 MCTC FFA Horse Judging Team Eleven Mineral County FFA members participated in the Annual West Virginia Beef Expo held April 12, 2019  at Jackson’s Mill Mineral County FFA Students participating included:   Row 1 Adam Iser and Michala Williams   Row 2 Rachel Brinkman, Allison Robinette, Laicey Dolly, Sarah Sions, Katie Miltenberger, Daniel Owens, Robbie Moncrief, and  Logan Lemonds   Also Participating was Evan Matlick (Absent when picture taken)     The Senior Stockman’s Teams Placed 1st and 4th overall in Statewide 4-H and FFA Competition. Dylan Wilson , son of Hayward and Lori Wilson ,of Keyser represented  Mineral County in the Northeastern Regional FFA Leadership Development Event at Spring Mills High School.  Dylan competed in the Creed Speaking contest where placed third in the regional competition . row 1 (left) Alexis Amtower , Hailey VanPelt , Hannah Iman Andrew Whitehead Row 2  Jo Jo Hopwood, Allison Robinette and Richard Rotruck 2019 MCTC National Technical Honor Society Inductees 2019 Ham Grand Champion Allison Robinette, Reserve Adam Iser 2019 Eggs Grand Champion Reuben Pancake, Reserve Caitlin Leatherman 2019 Bacon Grand Champion Ava Rexrode, Reserve Daniel Owens 2018 MCTC LPN Graduates MCTC DECA students help KPS students made a bank from a water bottle as a culminating project. Keyser Police Chief Thomas Golden speaks with MCTC students. Keyser Police Department visits MCTC to speak with students. MCTC carpentry students build adirondack chairs for Lost River State Park.

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