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TimestampName of CommitteeName of Activity/EventEstimated Expense ($)Actual Expense ($)Estimated Income ($)Actual Income ($)
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1/31/2017 9:40:59Animal Sciencemarket lambsdon't know yet
$47.47 of the retail prices
don't know don't know don't know
got the prices of what lamb sells for
have Mrs.Bennett hereMyla Carlson1/31/2017
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1/31/2017 9:41:31Community ServiceGrade wars$0$0$0$0November 18th
Collected a lot of food for food shelters
Have a better prize to encourage students to participate. Also advertise more.
Alex and Ireland Community Servise
1/31/2017
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2/16/2017 11:06:46Natural ResourcesTCI Expo$265/ person$265/ person
Grant from TCIA for about $800--> offset price
Grant from TCIA for about $800--> offset price
11/10 to 11/12
8 people competed- 4 guys 4 girls 4 people got awards in different competition sections
maybe get more competitors, two couldn't compete so maybe alternates
Kenzie Joray2/16/2017
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5/22/2017 10:47:08Community ServicePet Drive0000 March 20-24
A lot of people brought in food and other supplies for the animal welfare society in New Milford
Advertise more and perhaps have a war against grades and teachers, to encourage more people to participate
Alexandra Scatena5/2/2017
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5/22/2017 10:48:11Community ServiceCan DriveNoneNoneNoneNone
Week of 14-18 of November
we had most canned food in the state by quite a lot
Yes Kurt Pep5/22/2017
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5/22/2017 10:49:57Community ServiceGiving Tree None None NoneNone December 12th-15th
Collected new or gently used gloves, hats, and scarves
Put more around the school in hopes to collect more, have a longer time up and more advertisements for it before it is happening so people are aware.
Kendra Whitford 5/22/2017
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5/22/2017 10:53:09Community ServiceRose Haven0000
November 16, February 8, March 28, May 24
We brought animals to Rose Haven for the elderly guests at the home. We were able to bring dogs as well as various rabbits so that we might cheer up some of the residents. If we were going around a holiday, we tried to bring some sort of seasonal gift for each of the residents - such as Valentines (in February) and Easter Eggs (around Easter).
Maybe have a few more students participate, so that we can have more animals, and be able to spend more than just a few minutes with each resident. Also, it would be great if students could go more often (maybe once a month) to visit with the animals.
Sarah Ulrichsen5/22/2017
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5/22/2017 10:59:22Ag MechanicsTractor Pull150n/a1000n/a6/10/17
We successful planed our school's tractor pull. We were all p[art of the process of getting things set up like a pull back and dates and managing to get a food trailer.
To further concentrate on our task by limiting it to one task all year.
Jeff Ward6/22/2017
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9/21/2017 15:14:27
Stakeholder Engagement
Tractor Pull$300$300$400$5509/22/17
Having a greater income than expected.
Advertise more so that the public will get more involved and aware of our activites
Jake Brown9/21/2017
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2/28/2018 10:41:44Ag Advocacy (Zielinski)FFA week$550$550$0$0February 23
Satisfied teachers, lunch in turned out good,
Advising the event more, spreading posters through school,
Matthew Perry 2/28/2018
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4/30/2018 10:39:40
Stakeholder Engagement
Community Showing of Farmers for America
$15.00$15.00$20.00$19.004/24/18
We made a profit from the movie, as well as received positive publicity. We also help relationships with Muddy Roots Farm and built new ones within our community and with the general public.
This event should have been further advertised. We need to find a way to get the public and community better involved, as even though we advertised and invited community members, many did not respond or show.
Jake Brown4/30/2018
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4/30/2018 10:42:17Ag Literacy (Brittain)Fish Fry150N/A-150N/A05/04/18N/AN/AResa Barbieri4/30/2018
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4/30/2018 10:45:51Ag Literacy (Brittain)WMCCnoneNANANAApril 26th 2018
Built four habitat brush piles
Planning further in advanced, getting more volunteers
Aleigha Mason4/30/2018
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5/10/2018 10:53:36Ag Literacy (Brittain)Fish Fry100N/A0005/04/18
Made really good food and had a good turn out
Chilly for the fries and have better fries
Resa Barbieri5/10/2018
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5/10/2018 10:59:30Ag Literacy (Brittain)Timber Team
Sharpening saws, lumber, and advertisements,
N/AN/AN/A5/10/18
competition awards and personal improvemets
Better organization
Get all members to show up to practice
Longer practices
Set rules, and be more serious about them
More team building events
Publisize more
Get more sponsors
Alec L, and Melissa D5/10/2018
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2/7/2019 11:05:39Ag Literacy (Bennett)Woof Wash$100$0$1,000$91012/15/18
we secured both repeat and new customers
Less people per shift McKenzie Hoyt2/7/2019
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2/7/2019 17:03:03
Stakeholder Engagement (Christian)
Litchfield County Farm Bureau Dinner
$75$7500January 24th 2019
Educating the legislators on more about the agricultural program as well as SAEs.
To bring more agricultural students as well as more chapter officers.
Heather Neidt2/7/2019
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