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        July 4 - - Thirteen students from the Toombs County FFA chapter were part of more than 2000 students who attended FFA-FCCLA Summer Leadership Camp 2012 at the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center in Covington.

        Summer Leadership Camp is a week full of activities and leadership opportunities.  Camp activities include swimming, shooting sports, fishing, ropes course, talent show, and much more.  Students also enjoyed a hypnotist show and experienced riding horses, sliding down a giant slip and slide, riding a zip line, and playing on the new Blob.  On the last night of camp students participated in a muddy obstacle course.

        {mosimage}The students from the Toombs County FFA chapter attending camp included:

Clay Callahan, Mariella Villa, Breanna Mitchum, Matt Wilkins, Emma Owens, Jared Morris, Katelyn Collins, Vance Davis, Lance Joyner, Jacob Stallings, Wesley Ricks, Tiffany Renolds, and Mathew Manning.

        "Summer Leadership Camp provides a chance for FFA and FCCLA students from around thee state to grow and learn critical life skills while having exciting experiences that only happen art camp.  We have many great activities, but the ultimate goal is to change lives," says Russel Towns, Camp Manager.

        The Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center is located near Covington, on the banks of Lake Jackson.