Kingston students participated showing and selling livestock at the Madison County Fair. FFA Adviser Cheryl Meyers reported there were 51 sale spots in the Madison County Premium Sale. Of the 51 spots Kingston FFA and 4-H members took 20 sale spots.

At the end of sale, $64,000 were spent with added money still coming in, Meyers said. "Our community kids, which includes homeschooled students, brought home $32,700.

Individual honors went to Brody Hawkins for showing the Grand Champion under 100 pounds swine; Lauren Fancher showed the Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer and Karli Myers exhibited the Reserve Champion Dairy Heifer.

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