Can Creation Contest raises awareness


Allison Stiens, Jamie Luke, Maria Kuhns, and Savannah Taylor pose behind an American Flag they created using some of the 500 cans they were provided as part of the Can Creation Contest in the Agriculture Building, Tuesday morning. The contest, which is new to the Missouri State Fair is designed to raise awareness about hunger in the state of Missouri. The four students representing the University of Missouri College of Agriculture won first place in the contest.


Hope Lecchi|Democrat

As part of the first place can creation four students from the University of Missouri’s School of Agriculture constructed a giant ear of corn. Three other teams representing Missouri State University, The 4-H State Council and students from the FFA participated in the event with the FFA members placing second.


Hope Lecchi|Democrat

An American flag and the initials MSF (Missouri State Fair) were part of the first place entry in the Can Creation contest hosted in the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Thursday morning. Each team was given 500 cans to create a sculpture. Jamie Luke created a plan for the winning team Monday night but said she had no idea that the colors on their cans labels would work so well with their theme. It took the four students on the team 40 minutes to complete the sculpture.


Hope Lecchi|Democrat

Allison Stiens, Jamie Luke, Maria Kuhns, and Savannah Taylor pose behind an American Flag they created using some of the 500 cans they were provided as part of the Can Creation Contest in the Agriculture Building, Tuesday morning. The contest, which is new to the Missouri State Fair is designed to raise awareness about hunger in the state of Missouri. The four students representing the University of Missouri College of Agriculture won first place in the contest.

As part of the first place can creation four students from the University of Missouri’s School of Agriculture constructed a giant ear of corn. Three other teams representing Missouri State University, The 4-H State Council and students from the FFA participated in the event with the FFA members placing second.

An American flag and the initials MSF (Missouri State Fair) were part of the first place entry in the Can Creation contest hosted in the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Thursday morning. Each team was given 500 cans to create a sculpture. Jamie Luke created a plan for the winning team Monday night but said she had no idea that the colors on their cans labels would work so well with their theme. It took the four students on the team 40 minutes to complete the sculpture.

Allison Stiens, Jamie Luke, Maria Kuhns, and Savannah Taylor pose behind an American Flag they created using some of the 500 cans they were provided as part of the Can Creation Contest in the Agriculture Building, Tuesday morning. The contest, which is new to the Missouri State Fair is designed to raise awareness about hunger in the state of Missouri. The four students representing the University of Missouri College of Agriculture won first place in the contest.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081716cancontest1.jpgAllison Stiens, Jamie Luke, Maria Kuhns, and Savannah Taylor pose behind an American Flag they created using some of the 500 cans they were provided as part of the Can Creation Contest in the Agriculture Building, Tuesday morning. The contest, which is new to the Missouri State Fair is designed to raise awareness about hunger in the state of Missouri. The four students representing the University of Missouri College of Agriculture won first place in the contest. Hope Lecchi|Democrat

As part of the first place can creation four students from the University of Missouri’s School of Agriculture constructed a giant ear of corn. Three other teams representing Missouri State University, The 4-H State Council and students from the FFA participated in the event with the FFA members placing second.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081716cancontest2..jpgAs part of the first place can creation four students from the University of Missouri’s School of Agriculture constructed a giant ear of corn. Three other teams representing Missouri State University, The 4-H State Council and students from the FFA participated in the event with the FFA members placing second. Hope Lecchi|Democrat

An American flag and the initials MSF (Missouri State Fair) were part of the first place entry in the Can Creation contest hosted in the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Thursday morning. Each team was given 500 cans to create a sculpture. Jamie Luke created a plan for the winning team Monday night but said she had no idea that the colors on their cans labels would work so well with their theme. It took the four students on the team 40 minutes to complete the sculpture.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_tsd081617cancontest3.jpgAn American flag and the initials MSF (Missouri State Fair) were part of the first place entry in the Can Creation contest hosted in the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Thursday morning. Each team was given 500 cans to create a sculpture. Jamie Luke created a plan for the winning team Monday night but said she had no idea that the colors on their cans labels would work so well with their theme. It took the four students on the team 40 minutes to complete the sculpture. Hope Lecchi|Democrat
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