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Murray State University-Racer RoundUp-Sept 13

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

*Sent to D3, D4, D5 Ag Teachers

The Murray State University Collegiate FFA is proud to offer online registration for you and your students for the 2013 Racer Round-Up and Senior Seminar.

Racer Roundup will be held on Friday, September 13, 2013 at the CFSB Center at MSU with registration beginning at 8:00am and ending at 8:55am. There will be a cookout on the evening prior (September 12, 2013) beginning at 5 pm for those schools coming in a day early. Food will be served and students will be given an opportunity to relax, play games, and/or talk with other Murray State students and staff. The location of the cookout will be at the Bill Garrett Center and you are free to come at your convenience. We do however ask that you let us know if you plan on attending the cookout. This opportunity will be of no cost to you or your students.

Registration for the day of Racer Roundup will be $20 if you register by September 3, 2013. This rate includes a shirt for each registered student. If you choose to register your students after September 3, 2013, the rate per student will be $25 without a shirt. Lunch will be provided for each student. We will have a variety of pizza and drinks to choose from.

Attire for the day is suggested to be official dress for all students except seniors. Senior students will be traveling to the farm and other campus locations and should plan accordingly for such an endeavor. An FFA shirt is suggested. We ask that these senior students dress for the day, but also in such a way that reflects maturity and modesty.    

Please click on the link below to complete the online registration process.


As noted, registrations made after September 3 will be $25 per participant and no t-shirt will be included.

Thank you for your patience!
Kimberly A. Bellah, PhD
Associate Professor
Hutson School of Agriculture 
Murray State University 
206 S. Applied Sciences
Murray, KY 42071 
Telephone: (270) 809-6924
Email: [email protected]

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