Thousands Attend Blue Jacket Jamboree, Livestock Show, Egg Drop (With Photo Galleries)

March 25, 2018

Thousands of people attended the annual Northview High School FFA Blue Jacket Jamboree and the Gulf Coast Agriculture & Natural Resources Youth Organization Annual Spring Livestock Show Saturday in Molino.

The event included plenty of arts and crafts, a car show, a tractor show and more, including a special visit from the Easter Bunny and an egg drop from a ladder fire truck.

The livestock show included 4-H and FFA youth exhibiting hogs, beef cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, and rabbits from Escambia and neighboring counties. The day ended with youth exhibitors auctioning off their market animals.

Travis Book had the grand champion steer, while Jessica Conti had the reserve steer. (Complete livestock show results will be published in a few days when a list is make available.)

For photos from the livestock show, click here.

For photos from the Blue Jacket Jamboree  click here.

For photos from the Blue Jacket Jamboree Egg Drop, click here.

The Blue Jacket Jamboree was sponsored in part by NorthEscambia.com.

NorthEscambia.com photos.



Comments

3 Responses to “Thousands Attend Blue Jacket Jamboree, Livestock Show, Egg Drop (With Photo Galleries)”

  1. Granny Mack on March 26th, 2018 11:08 am

    Enjoyed the fine animals, excellent showmanship and great family fun at the Blue Jacket Jamboree – beautiful weather and a good variety of arts, crafts and food – Excellent job, well done.

  2. Bonnie Exner on March 25th, 2018 7:26 pm

    A Great Community Event enjoyed by many..So proud of our 4-H and NORTHVIEW FFA youth for participating in this wholesome activity…also so happy to see all the community members show up to support these FUTURE LEADERS!!

  3. Sage2 on March 25th, 2018 12:29 pm

    What a great event for GREAT young American boys and girls! The FFA is teaching responsible, civil and industrious behavior to these young’uns.





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