100 Years Of Agricultural Education In Plymouth-Shiloh

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In the Plymouth-Shiloh area, residents are celebrating a century in agriculture education.

RichlandSource.com reports, the Plymouth-Shiloh school recently held a celebration honoring 100 years of agriculture education in the district. It started at Shiloh High School in 1923, which became the first in Richland County to establish an agriculture class. The Shiloh FFA chapter was started in 1933 and the two districts merged in the 1950’s. 

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