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Sierra View Welcomes The Return Of Ag Day
A number of presenters from Sierra 4-H Club attended Sierra View Ag Day with their llamas, turkeys, rabbits, goats and much more. Photos Contributed

In keeping with an Oakdale Elementary School tradition, Sierra View Elementary hosted its annual Ag Day earlier this month. Roughly 20 presenters from the industry shared teachings and information with the Sierra View student body.

“The highlight for us was having Ag Day back,” event coordinator, Kim Bianchi shared. “We have not had Ag Day since 2019.

Presenters included representatives from the Almond Board, Sierra 4-H Club, Yaya Apiaries, the Mid Valley Cowbelles and numerous others.

“We had beautiful weather and students were able to not only see their scheduled presentations, but had time to roam around with their classes and see other presenters as well,” Bianchi said.

The presenters were also treated to a lunch prepared by Sandi Casey and served by the Sierra View PTC.

“The day was wonderful and we can’t wait for Ag Day next year,” Bianchi added.

During the recent Sierra View Ag Day, students were treated to a variety of presenters including Jean Western and her horse. Photos Contributed
Farrier Norm Mendenhall demonstrated the skill and technique required to properly shoe a horse recently during Ag Day hosted at Sierra View Elementary School. Photos Contributed